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    Is Lean Ham a Good Source Of Protein.

    I love ham, But how is it compared to chicken/turkey in terms of macros?
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    Google is your friend, there are way to many varities of lean ham to even give you a vague idea, go to any calorie calculating website and you will get a reasonable estimate.
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    For meats, strictly from a macro standpoint (protein/fat/carbs) it's hard to beat lean turkey/chicken.

    That doesn't mean that other meats aren't good sources of protein.

    Eat what you like, just watch what you eat.
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