The foods in this group include lean meat, such as beef and lamb (trimmed of fat), chicken, turkey, fish, eggs, beans, lentils, nuts, soy, and meat substitutes, such as Quorn (a product recently introduced in the United states that is made from mycoprotein, the same protein contained in mushrooms). They supply protein as well as several vitamins and minerals. Limit high-fat meats, sausages, burgers, and “nuggets” to no more than three portions a week be-cause they contain a lot of saturated fat and harmful trans fats not to mention various artificial additives. These fast “kiddie” foods may appear to be a good solution to mealtime dilemmas when you are rushed, but they should not form a regular part of your children’s menu. If children only eat burgers, nuggets, and fish sticks, when are they going to learn how to appreciate proper food? The less you rely on these ready made fat laden foods, the better it will be for your children’s palates and health.
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