Mini wild boar "T-Bone" steaks! Five to six steaks per package.
Very low in bad cholesterol because wild hog meat is lean ie not fatty. Bad cholesterol or low-density lipoprotein takes the cholesterol to your arteries. Here it collects and that’s one major factor in heart disease. Good cholesterol or High-density lipoprotein takes the nasty cholesterol to your liver to be processed out of your body.
Very high in protein. Proteins are made up of amino acids. Your body uses protein to build and maintain your bones, muscles, cartilage skin and blood. Protein is also what your body uses to repair damaged tissue. The benefit of wild hog meat is it contains all the essential amino acids (proteins) your body requires.
Plenty of vitamins are found in wild hog meat providing even more health benefits.:- Thiamin, Riboflavin, and Niacin. Vitamins are required by your body for several reasons. Your body does not produce these naturally so they must be obtained from the food you eat.
These vitamins are used by our bodies to convert the food we consume into energy. This improves our metabolism. A person’s nervous system and brain function are also dependent on these vitamins. Vitamins help regulate our moods and reduce stress and improve our immune systems. All round good stuff!
Zero sodium (salt) in raw wild boar meat. Compare that to 69 mg of sodium found in raw farmed pork chops or roasts.
We probably all know we all eat too much salt in our daily diet. We also are aware, or at least should be, of the negative impacts this has on things like our heart. The increased risk of a heart attack from too much salt is all too real.
Another nutritional value of wild hog meat is it is also high in monounsaturated fatty acids. It is low in saturated fatty acids. Once again more of the good stuff and less of the bad.
Basically, monounsaturated fats are liquid at room temperature and harden when chilled. Saturated fats instead, are solid at room temperature.
The monounsaturated fats help lower the bad cholesterol helping to reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack.
They are a good source of monounsaturated fats and zinc.
- Rich in Iron.
- Low in Sodium.
- Rich in Niacin.
- Rich in Selenium.
- Rich in Thiamine.
- Rich in Vitamin B6.
- Rich in Zinc.