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Australian Lamb for Well-Being

Australian Lamb is a naturally good-for-you food packed with essential nutrients.

The iron in lamb helps carry oxygen to the muscles for energy and is important for brain performance, especially memory and concentration. Vitamin B12 is vital for the nervous system, while zinc supports the immune system. The protein in lamb is great for growing bodies and maintaining healthy weight, as it helps you feel satisfied longer.

For example, a 3-oz. (85g) serving of grilled lamb leg steak provides 26% of your daily iron needs, 33% of your daily zinc needs, and 108% of your daily niacin needs (based on Recommended Daily Intake, or RDI).

Australian Lamb is lean and low in cholesterol compared to other animal proteins. In fact, half the fat in lamb is mono-unsaturated, the same type of fatty acids found in olive oil. For instance, a 3-oz. (85g) serving of topside lamb steak has only 5 grams of fat compared to 8 grams in pork composite cuts and 10 grams in Atlantic salmon.

Australian Lamb is an all-natural product—no artificial additives are used in production. All our lambs are naturally raised on lush green pastureland. Our lamb's sweet, mild taste is a result of Australia's pure environment.

  • Lamb is a valuable source of protein, minerals and B-group vitamins including niacin, thiamin and riboflavin.
  • A 3-oz. serving of grilled lamb leg steak provides 26% of iron, 33% of zinc, and 108% of niacin RDI.
  • Lamb is lean and low in cholesterol compared to other animal proteins.*
  • 50% of the fat in lamb is mono-unsaturated.
  • A 3-oz. serving of topside lamb steak has 5 grams of fat compared to 8 grams in pork composite cuts and 10 grams in Atlantic salmon.
  • Lamb provides two times more iron than chicken or pork and six times more than fish.

Data Source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Release

For more information on the nutritional value of Australian Lamb, visit www.leanonlamb.com.