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the connection between beef's protein and strength

The essential nutrients found in beef, like protein, iron, zinc and B vitamins, provide our bodies and minds with the fuel we need at all stages of life to be the strongest version of ourselves. Learn more about how beef's nutrients, along with a healthy lifestyle, work to help build muscle and mind strength.

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lance pekus, the cowboy ninja

Which is stronger, a cowboy or a ninja? For Idaho rancher and Ninja Warrior, Lance Pekus, beef allows him to be both!

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Dan Churchill, Chef, Best-Selling Author and TV Host

By focusing on fresh foods, Dan Churchill knows how to incorporate beef into a diet for optimal strength. He is driven to promote good eating as the foundation for a healthy lifestyle and uses those fundamentals in his recipes.

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Have your own stories of strength? Let us know on our social media platforms! Make sure to tag us @BeefItsWhatsForDinner and #NicelyDone

Beef Filets with Ancient Grain & Kale Salad

Recipes for strength

It’s not only important to just get protein in at dinner or lunch, but to spread it throughout your day. These recipes make it easy!

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Tenderloin, Cranberry and Pear Salad with Honey Mustard Dressing

well-balanced meals

Recipes that tastefully combine a variety of food groups to achieve the perfect balance of taste, nutrition and simplicity with your favorite beef cuts.

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Indian Steak & Rice Bowl

heart-healthy recipes

Enjoying lean beef in a heart-healthy lifestyle is easier than you think with these American Heart Association®- certified recipes.

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beef's protein

If there was a protein contest, beef would surely be crowned the king! One 3 oz cooked serving of beef provides 25 grams, roughly 50% of your Daily Value, of this important nutrient that supports strong, lean bodies—making it an excellent source!

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