Angus beef meat is a scottish breed of
cattle known as Aberdeen Angus.
This breed was first introduced in the
US in 1873. Now it's become the most
popular breed in the US.
☆ Angus beef is an excellent source of iron and zinc, both of which are required for growth metabolism.
☆ Angus beef has a fat content of roughly 20%,
which is lower than any other breed of cattle.
☆ It has Omega-3, an unsaturated fatty acid that
helps lower the risk of high blood pressure,
blood clotting, and increases blood circulation.
☆ Angus beef also contains a good amount of vitamins B12 and vital nutrient Niacin.
☆ Three ounces of Angus Beef has around 21
grams of protein.