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  • All About Beef

    For bodybuilders, beef is an important part of a healthy diet. Learn about the different types of beef, the protein and fat in each one, and find some great recipes!

  • All About Beef: Beef Flank!

    Flank steak is a lean, flavorful, boneless cut favored in Asian cuisines. This thin, flat steak comes from a well-exercised part of the animal, as evidenced by its striated muscle fibers and connective tissue.

  • All About Beef: Beef Ribs!

    Beef ribs are perfectly suited for slow barbecuing that tenderizes the meat and brings out its rich flavor.

  • Beef, Broccoli, and Blackberries!

    Expand your flavor horizons by pairing protein-rich red meat with heart-healthy broccoli and antioxidant-packed blackberries. Why didn't we think of this sooner?

  • Healthy Beef & Pork Recipes

    Healthy beef and pork recipes don't have to be dry and tasteless! Try our lip-smacking healthy recipes and get sufficient protein to help you reach your fitness and appearance goals!

  • Macro-Friendly Hungarian Beef Goulash!

    Nothing's more comforting than sitting down to a bowl of warm protein-rich goulash on a cool day. Slurp your way swole with this recipe!

  • The Best Of Beef: Top 10 Steak Cuts

    Who doesn't love the taste of a tender steak fresh off the grill? A great-tasting steak begins with a good cut of meat. Use this guide to get the meaty details you need!

  • Homestyle Mongolian Beef

    Beef isn't just for burgers. Add some flair to dinner with this flank steak recipe.

  • All About Beef!

    Chuck roast is a general term for roasts that come from the shoulder or chuck, a heavily exercised part of the animal. These roasts usually include several different muscles, which cook at different rates.

  • Eat Your Meat: The Muscle-Building Bounty Of Beef And Fish

    Meat is packed with protein, but a cut of lean beef or a can of tuna offers more than just macronutrients. They're like muscle-building multivitamins!

  • All About Beef: Brisket!

    Beef brisket is the cut made into corned beef and cooked with cabbage for Saint Patrick's Day. A boneless roast from the breast of the cow, and layered with ligaments, beef brisket is most commonly used for pot roast or stews.

  • The 5 Best Protein-Packed Exotic Meats

    Tired of beef and chicken? Up your muscle-building protein intake with these nutritious and flavorful alternatives!

  • What Are The Benefits Of Dietary Protein?

    "Dietary protein" just means the protein you get from eating whole foods like beef, fish, soy, legumes, and nuts. Find out why getting most of your protein from food is a smart way to go.

  • Choice Recipes: Beef Taco Salad!

    IFBB Pro Bethany Howlett shares some of her tasty, healthy recipes!

  • All About Beef: Sirloin Steak!

    Sirloin steak comes from the sirloin, located in the mid part of the hindquarters. According to legend, King Henry VIII of England so loved this steak he dubbed it 'Sir Loin.'

  • The 5 Best High-Protein Cuts Of Steak

    Even though they're all from the same animal, not all steaks are cut from the same cloth. Here are the best high-protein cuts of beef that won't butcher your fitness goals!

  • The 5 Best Cuts Of Beef You're Not Eating

    Tired of eating the same old meats? Practice nose-to-tail cooking with these 5 unique cuts of beef that support muscle growth and your sense of culinary adventure!

  • All About Beef: T-Bone Steak!

    T-bone steak, luscious and flavorful, is easily identified by its characteristic T-shaped bone. T-bone is almost identical to Porterhouse, so named for the inns where it was served along with porter, ale, and beer.

  • All About Beef: Round Tip Steak!

    Round tip steak comes from the round, the rear hindquarters of the animal. This is a well-exercised area that produces lean, somewhat tough meat.

  • Never Be Bored Again: 8 Creative Recipes To Add Lean Ground Beef To Your Diet

    Don't steer clear of big bad ground beef. Choose a lean variety and start experimenting!

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