MyPlate helps people understand their personal diet in terms of healthy diet and lifestyle choices.
Grains, including whole grains.
Vegetables, including dark green and orange veggies.
Fruits, emphasis is on eating a variety of fruits.
Poultry, meats, fish, beans and nuts, choose low-fat and lean poultry and meats.
Milk, yogurt and cheese, choose low-fat or fat-free.
The "Protein" section of the plate recommends choosing lean or low-fat meat and poultry. Turkey is a nutrient-rich protein that is lower in fat and calories than many other foods within this group.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015 offers direction that encourages lean meat protein. Five general principles of the Guidelines fit well with turkey meat's lean, protein-packed nutrition that comes in a variety of convenient items from breakfast turkey sausages and turkey bacon to ground turkey meat for hamburgers and grilling favorites that include turkey drumsticks, turkey breast and turkey tenderloin. See how turkey stacks up in protein, low fat and nutrition.
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