Which Has More Fat: Sliced Turkey, Ground Turkey or Pork?

calories from fat ground turkey

Turkey is low fat, right?  Pork is high fat, right?

The message of the following slides is clear:  

Listening to experts and assuming hype is true for your weight loss, fitness and nutrition efforts is very risky and NOT the answer for long term success.  Wanna know what EET thinks is the answer (or at least a big part of it)?  See below the slides.  (click to enlarge slides)

calories from fat ground turkey

calories from fat pork butt

calories from fat lean pork

Bottom Line:  Even the same types of foods vary GREATLY in their nutritional content.  

Which leads to EET’s answer for long term success:

Learn the nutritional content of every food you want to eat.   This means each and every food.

This takes TIME, but if you truly love food, weight loss and fitness, the effort should be a pleasure (imho).  


Video Webinars calories from fat

CALORIES FROM FAT –  The more you learn, the more weight you’ll lose.

In our newest video update, we’ll cover one of the most important pieces of nutritional data there is – Calories from fat.

Hopefully, the example with salad dressing (“The root of all evil”) shown in the slide above plus a few more in the video will bring me closer to my goal.  That goal being to never hear another dieter say, “Oh, I use LIGHT Dressing.  It only has 5 grams of fat so it’s low fat”. They are eating a food that might as well be butter or real whipped cream.

Invites for the short video? eetfit@gmail.com

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EET Wants to Help — With Our FREE 5 Minute Meals SE App 

EET will be sharing our extensive knowledge of specific product and recipe nutrition.  We’re starting with our Free 5 Minute Meals App SE (Starter Edition).  Per our recent update – The App is ready for download on Google Play (Droid).  Apple has just solved their hacking problem and has allowed us to start the process of getting the app on itunes.   Much much more to come from EET — stay tuned.

(EET does NOT recommend you try ANY foods we review or strategies we discuss in our blog or other materials. We strongly recommend any and all eating, exercise and activity decisions should be thoroughly reviewed by your medical professional(s) before making any changes. Please read disclaimer below):

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