Beef Stew types have a big mixture of foods that consists of Fats, Fibers, and Carbohydrates that have a high dietary values, but the question now is; Does Beef Stew contents cause Coronary heart disease?
Before we start let's have some Facts about Beef Stew and Coronary heart disease.
Beef Stew is a mixture of cooked vegetables (such as carrots, potatoes, beans, peppers and tomatoes, etc.), and meat such as (beef. Poultry, sausages, and seafood) and slow-cooked with water and some flavourings may be added at low temperature to make great soup taste.
Nutrition Fact in beef stew recipe Per 1 cup - Calories: 222kcal | Fat: 9.73g | Carbohydrates: 19.53g | Protein: 13.86g
other sizes: 1 serving - 222kcal, 1 can - 598kcal, 100 g - 88kcal | Cholesterol 35mg 12%
| Sugars 2.97g | Vitamin A 0% | Vitamin C 23% | Calcium 4% | Iron 11%
There are 222 calories in 1 cup of Beef Stew with Potatoes and Vegetables (Including Carrots, Broccoli, and/or Dark-Green Leafy) in Tomato-Based Sauce.
Calorie breakdown: 40% fat, 35% CHO, 25% protein.
That facts tell us that 40% of beef stew is a fatty content but it a representation of only 9 grams total fat including 35 mg of Cholesterol and 5 grams of saturated fats and No trans fats, thus No hyperlipidemia could be developed from beef stew soups.
Can beef stew recipe cause coronary heart disease?
According to WHO limits and The American Heart Association (AHA) recommendations of Lipids in human body:
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