Many of those of us with PCOS are prone to both weight gain and heart disease as a result of our condition. So should we really eat meat, which often contains unhealthy saturated fat?
If you like meat, there’s a right and a wrong approach to eating it. Simply put, avoid consuming fat as much as possible. Trimming all visible fat can reduce the fat content of meat by an average of 50%.
Round or loin cuts are the best for a lean choice. Processed meats such as salami can be high in fat and salt.
White meat is better for you than red but skin removal is essential with all poultry. Dark meat (thigh and leg) is higher in saturated fat. So, too, are duck and goose.
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