Gyros are known for being abundant in iron, which is good for your health. Iron is a crucial nutrient for your body's blood, metabolism, and the production of red blood cells. Additionally, iron is needed for your body to carry oxygen from your lungs to your heart. Gyro meats are also rich in niacin.
Gyros are believed to have originated in Greece. (They're similar to the döner kebabs of Turkey and shawarma of the Middle East, which are slices of meat, rather than a minced loaf.) But they were never mass produced in Europe, according to the gyro magnates of this city.
The traditional gyro can be made from distinct pieces of meat packed together on the rotating spit, or with slices from a uniform loaf of ground spiced meat, all wrapped in flatbread or pita. The word gyro comes from the Greek “turning” which refers to the meat that is slowly cooked on a turning vertical rotisserie