This has been National Beef Month, which works perfectly with all the grills being fired up now that warmer weather has finally arrived. And even with rising meat prices beef is still one of America’s favorites when it comes to grilling. Those watching their calorie and fat intake will find it interesting that there are twenty-nine cuts of beef that meet government guidelines for lean, which means they have less than ten grams of fat and less than four point five grams of saturated fat per serving. On top of that, those twenty-nine cuts of beef are packed with nutrients, like zinc, iron, a multitude of B-vitamins, and protein. To help in identifying lean cuts of beef at the supermarket just remember loin and round, those choices should get you lean cuts of beef every time. Whether your favorite for the grill is sirloin, top loin, tender loin, or top round you know it’s going to taste good. And now you know that while you may be choosing beef because of its flavor, you’re also making a healthy food choice. This year it may cost a bit more to barbecue beef, but it’s worth it.