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Roo V Fish

By Tiffiny Hall

Break out of your comfort zone and replace your weekly fish dinner with a Roo feast!

Okay, time for some real talk. We’ve all had times when we’ve been trying to lose a little bitta weight and maybe even flaunt a six-pack or have a flat stomach in a bikini.
Fish dinners are popular in many health plans and diets because fish is very low in calories – one calorie per gram to be exact – and I get it, fish used to be my default dindins too! But what if there was something that could work even better?

So you’ve finished work and you’ve stopped off at the supermarket to grab a few things. You’re in a rush, racing around the aisles and you want something light, so you think you’ll whip up salmon and green veg. A standard SOS meal – coz you’re crazy busy this week and you need something you can cook sub 15 minutes that’s healthy before you hit the gym and get back to work.

But did you know there’s another option with half the calories, less fat and double the iron?

CHECK THIS OUT:

ROO 100g
FAT 1.3g
PROTEIN 22.1g
CALORIES 103
IRON 2.6g
CHOLESTEROL 56mg

WHITE FISH 100g
FAT 1.7g
PROTEIN 27.3g
CALORIES 133
IRON 1g
CHOLESTEROL 77mg

CHICKEN BREAST NO SKIN 100g
FAT 4.1g
PROTEIN 35.1g
CALORIES 187
IRON 0.8mg
CHOLESTEROL 96mg

SALMON 100g
FAT 14g
PROTEIN 25g
CALORIES 233
IRON 1g
CHOLESTEROL 71mg

Roo is the WINNER WINNER – DITCH THE CHICKEN DINNER!

• Low in fat, especially saturated fat
• Low in calories
• Low in cholesterol
• High in protein
• High in iron

Break out of your comfort zone and replace your weekly fish dinner with a Roo feast!

Cross my heart, Roo is the leanest meat on the market. It’s the choice of many elite athletes and endurance sports people because it is so high in protein to repair and recover muscles and super low in fat.

If weight loss is your goal – go Roo. If building muscle is your goal – go Roo! If you want an affordable meat option for the whole fambam – go Roo! If you have high cholesterol – go Roo!

I’m not saying fish ain’t awesome, there are heaps of benefits to eating fish, including all the omega-3 fatty acids that are great for your brain. However, if I had to back a winner in a nutritional food fight, I’d be in kangaroo’s corner every time. Mix it up and enjoy!

Reference:
Calorie King Australia

 

 

 

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