Cooks Thesaurus gives substitutes. A link is http://www.foodsubs.com/
It lists substitutes for lamb as beef, pork, veal, chicken or turkey. Not very helpful as it seems to indicate any meat will work for lamb. Lamb gives you such a distinct flavor that substituting is going to be difficult. We still use lamb, even though it's fatty, but restrict our lamb portion to 3 oz only. Very strict, about 3 oz only. It's about 1 tiny, frenched, lamb rib chop.
Use google to type 'brussel sprouts and nutritional information' and a website will give you the info you want. also find substitutes at the above mentioned website http://www.foodsubs.com/
I don't post much or reply very much but I understand your need for information. More information makes it easier to manage our daily food.
I'm trying to make a concerted effort to be more involved in the message boards so I thought I'd reply here where I'd normally move on. Good luck.
I use the following website to find nutritional info. It has a lot of extra info I don't need but I pick from it what I find useful.
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