It's pretty tough to be a meat lover these days.

With study after study professing that people should be eating less red meat—and less meat altogether—is there anything a carnivore can enjoy guilt-free?

While it's true that a diet rich in fruits and veggies has countless benefits, there are also ways to enjoy meat without feeling unhealthy. By choosing lean cuts over fatty ones, you'll be saving yourself extra fat and calories and instead be filling up on protein and nutrients. Have no fear meat-eaters, we've gathered the best and worst meats you can find so you'll be better prepared for dinner.

Check out the slideshow above for the 10 best and worst meats to eat.

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