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Burgers With Benefits

Northstar Bison was featured in an article in Prevention Magazine. Here's what they had to say:

Enjoy your burger guilt-free with these healthy eating tips. Rachel Meltzer is a Prevention magazine research editor.

What's more indulgent than a big, juicy burger Lucky for us, with a little imagination you can turn the All-American favorite into a disease-fighting dinner. Here are five better-for-you burgers, paired with delicious health-boosting toppings. Choose the one that best matches your eating style:

If you're a: Meat lover

Try: Lean beef (look for 90% lean or higher)For its: Immune-boosting zincTop with: Fresh tomato slices and basil for extra antioxidantsLook for: Laura's Lean Beef 92% lean ground beef patties;

If you're a: Dieter

Try: VeggieFor its: Filling fiberTop with: Avocado slices, rich in belly fat–busting MUFAsLook for: Dr. Praeger's California Veggie Burger;

If you're a: Seafood fan

Try: SalmonFor its: Heart disease–fighting omega-3 fatsTop with: Peppery, vitamin K–packed watercress and a teaspoon of wasabi mayonnaiseLook for: Vital Choice wild Alaskan sockeye salmon burgers;

If you're a: Gourmet

Try: BisonFor its: Energizing ironTop with: Organic ketchup for cancer-fighting lycopene and grilled onion slices for disease-fighting flavonoidsLook for: Northstar Bison ground grass-fed patties;

If you're a: Vegetarian

Try: SoyFor its: Heart-healthy plant proteinTop with: Sautéed red bell pepper. Its vitamin C boosts iron absorption, crucial if you don't eat meatLook for: Boca meatless burger original;

**Note: With all due respect, we advise against consuming meatless burgers. Veggie burgers are unhealthy alternatives as they are massively over-processed and often are made of GMO foods. For more, click here to read our Meatless Meat Blog

Try a Northstar Bison Burger!