Nutrition: Calories: 173 (calories); Fat: 6 (g); Carbohydrates: 18 (g); Fiber: 2 (g); Sugar: 1 (g); Sodium: 603 (mg)
1. Place beef, onion, garlic, herb seasoning, salt and pepper in a large non-stick pan and saute over medium-high heat for about 5 minutes. Then add zucchini and saute for 4 minutes. Finally moved into the barbecue sauce, knowing that the beef is cooked.
2. Cut the bread in half horizontally. Spread a layer of coleslaw on the bottom of the bread, then spread two spoons of beef, and finally add a slice of pickled cabbage. Cover the other half of the bread and the barbecue beef burger is ready.
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Beef nutrition: rich in sarcosine, vitamin B6, carnitine, zinc, magnesium, iron, potassium and protein, is a low-fat source of linoleic acid.
Efficacy of beef: The content of creatine in beef is higher than that of any other food. It is particularly effective for muscle growth and strength enhancement. Beef contains enough vitamin B6 to help you strengthen immunity, promote protein metabolism and synthesis, and thus help the body recover after intense training. Beef is very low in fat but rich in bound linoleic acid. Potential antioxidants can effectively fight tissue damage caused by weightlifting and other sports. Zinc is an antioxidant that helps synthesize proteins and promote muscle growth. Zinc works with glutamate and vitamin B6 to strengthen the immune system. Magnesium supports protein synthesis, strengthens muscle strength, and more importantly, improves the efficiency of insulin anabolic metabolism.
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