Animal welfare is an important concept. Many Europeans are concerned about the welfare of both farm and companion animals and it is an aspect in livestock farming that is often called into question. Views on animal welfare are very personal and the concept is much more complex than it seems at first sight. Ask 3 people what “animal welfare” means and you will most probably get 4 different answers – and this is perfectly understandable! This is why it is interesting to look at what science says about it.
Beef, a healthy food in the framework of a varied and balanced diet. Eating correctly is a constant concern of the Spanish, since there are numerous diseases that have a close relationship with our diet.
Currently, society has a great lack of knowledge of certain nutritional properties of food, which makes the family doctor the ideal medium for the transmission of a healthy and balanced diet.
The Spanish Society of Primary Care Physicians (SEMERGEN) has published a guide in which, based on scientific studies, it makes clear the importance of red meat, in this case beef, in food.
From the Anafric website, we will highlight every week relevant information about this guide.
It contains heme iron and zinc, it is also a source of potassium, phosphorus and vitamins of group B, especially B12 and riboflavin.
One serving of veal contains 150% of the recommended intakes of vitamin B12 for men and women aged 20 to 39 with moderate physical activity.