Low-fat or lean meats provide many nutrients that are necessary for the maintenance and health of the human body, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Meat, fish, poultry, nuts, eggs and seeds are go... More »

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Meats, eggs, milk, legumes, nuts are all good sources of protein that are low in sugar, as are some seeds. Products or recipes containing these food sources may also be good sources of protein, but may be higher in sugar... More »

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Fish, meat, poultry, dairy products and beans are examples of high-protein foods. Nuts and seeds, soy products and eggs are other foods that are high in protein. More »

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Salami has gone bad and should not be eaten if the edges of the meat turn a brown or gray color, it develops air pockets or has a hardened exterior. White mold on the exterior does not signify spoilage. Unlike other cure... More »

The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that for safe consumption, meats be heated to a minimum internal temperature ranging from 140 to 165 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the type of meat and its preparation. Ad... More »

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Potted meat is made from chopped, cooked meats, water, salt, flavorings and preservatives. The exact ingredients vary between brands of potted meat. The top ingredients in most commercial potted meats are mechanically se... More »

While there is no one true definition of processed meats, it generally means any meat that has been cured, salted or smoked, or any meat that has had chemicals added. Some examples of processed meats include hot dogs, bo... More »