This large bird, female turkey and mother turkey, can be recognized by its red cap hanging over its beak. Depending on where it is reared and the different crossbreeds, the plumage of this gallinaceous bird can be white, red, or black.
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Turkey was discovered by the Spanish conquistadors in Mexico when they thought they were in India. This bird was named “Indian hen”, which later became “turkey”.
Turkey is not only the leanest poultry, and it is the leanest meat. So if you’re on a diet or watching your cholesterol levels, it’s your best ally. On average, it contains no more than 2 g of lipids (10 times less than a lamb!) provided you eat it without the skin, of course.
Its caloric intake does not exceed 115 kcal/100 g, which is as little as white fish. And lean does not mean devoid of nutritional qualities.
Quite the opposite: it provides a high level of high-quality protein and the correct quantity of iron (1.24 mg/100 g). All this to strengthen your dynamism and your defenses day after day.
Besides, turkey is also the ideal tonic meat for athletes: it contains very high B vitamins (necessary for proper energy assimilation).
Our needs in these vitamins are, on the whole, very primarily covered by a simple 150 g escalope, starting with B3, which is then 100% protected.
Finally, with its tender flesh, this poultry contributes effectively to meeting our magnesium requirements, necessary for the proper nervous and muscular functioning. Indeed, it provides 27 mg per 100 g, exciting content.