Turkey is eaten traditionally in some parts of the world only at Christmas. (Unless it's because we forget about it once the Christmas festivities are over!) Turkey is such a nutritious meat that to eat more turkey all year round would be not only beneficial to health but cheaper than some other cuts of meat. As well as being rich in protein, turkey is an excellent source of iron, zinc, phosphorus, potassium and B vitamins.
|Turkey Breast (Skinless)||Per 100g|
|Energy (Calories)||100 kcal|