Cold cuts can help prevent nutrient deficiencies. They are also high in protein and beneficial vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc, and vitamin B12. On the flip side, they are high in sodium and some are high in saturated fat
Cheese is a good source of calcium, which is necessary for building strong bones. Meat and cheese provide protein, which is an essential nutrient for maintaining your muscle mass and supporting a strong immune system to fight infections. Iron, zinc and vitamin B12 are other nutrients found in many kinds of cold cuts.
Haggis is quintessentially Scottish and although some people are put off by its description, if you have ever tried it before, you will know just how amazing it tastes. Haggis is rich in vitamins A, C, B6, B12, Niacin, and vitamin D. It is perhaps the mineral content that really makes haggis so healthy, it is packed full of iron, magnesium, selenium, calcium, zinc and copper. These minerals contribute towards healthy immunity, they strengthen the bones, they regulate hormone levels, they promote healthy circulation and oxygen transportation, and they can even help lower blood pressure.