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For us boomers who like beef, what serving size (in ounces, before cooking) is optimal? and how many servings per week should one eat? i also eat pork

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Dr. Dean Giannone
Internal Medicine 25 years experience
Red meat.: I would recommend you limit red meat to 4 ounces once weekly in general. Pork is a leaner option than red meat, so you can have a similar portion size maybe once or twice per week of that as well. Red meat contains saturated fat which is unhealthy.

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