Dr Oz: Turkey VS Beef Patties + What’s Really In Turkey Burgers?


Dr Oz: Healthier Burger Options

It’s hard to imagine a successful backyard barbecue without burgers. If you’re trying to eat healthier, are turkey burgers really better for you than beef? Jenna Wolfe was sent to find out. In 1938, turkey burgers began appearing on restaurant menus in California, but, according to Jenna, they didn’t become “big time” until the 1970’s. Health-conscious consumers began turning to turkey burgers as a way to cut back on fat, particularly found in beef burgers.

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