Wild Rabbit Meat

By Holytasty From Indonesia

Price $25.00
Shipping Destination Single Item Additional Items
Rest of World $45.00 + $35.00

The estimated delivery time is (Mon-Fri) until the seller will dispatch the item. Actual delivery time will depend on your delivery location

Frozen Fresh Natural Rabbit meat, meaning they are adult rabbit caught in forrest. Not domestically grown rabbit. It means our rabbit is Fresh, Natural, and not factory feeded.

NUTRIENTS: 3-ounce serving of roasted rabbit meat contains 167 calories. It contains far less calories than the same size portion of beef (259 calories) and slightly less calories than a portion of pork (180 calories). Rabbit meat is relatively low in fat; each 3-ounce serving has 6.8 grams of fat, which accounts for 37 percent of the calories. Compared to beef and pork, rabbit is the clear choice. 3 ounces of beef has 18.3 grams, and 3 ounces of pork has 8.2 grams. Your meal plan should ideally contain 44 to 78 grams of fat per day, or 20 to 35 percent of your calories. Rabbit meat is low in saturated fat, as well, containing 2 grams. A 3-ounce serving of rabbit meat contains 69.7 milligrams of cholesterol, a necessary substance in your body for cell formation. This portion provides you with 24.7 grams of this macronutrients. Protein keeps your body working in myriad ways, from supplying your body with energy to helping your build muscles to maintaining the function of your immune system.

Adding rabbit meat to your meal plan gives you a big boost in vitamin B-12 - each 3-ounces serving provides 117.6 percent of the recommended daily intake. Rabbit also serves as a rich source of vitamin B-3, containing 35.8 percent of the amount your need each day. This vitamin, commonly known as niacin, aid in converting carbohydrates to energy and manufacturing a variety of sex hormones.
Rabbit meat contains quite a bit of selenium, a mineral your body uses to make antioxidants and stimulate sperm production; each 3-ounce portion of meat contains 46.8 percent of the recommended daily value of selenium. MedlinePlus reports that some physicians may recommend incorporating more selenium into your diet to combat hardening of the arteries, as well as cancers such as stomach, lung, prostate and skin cancer. A 3-ounce serving of rabbit also provides you with 22.4 percent of the phosphorus you need in your daily meal plan. This mineral accounts for 1 percent of your total body weight and influences your body's ability to use carbohydrates and fats, as well as the repair of cells and tissues.

PACKAGE: Vacuum plastic packed and Frozen.
SHIPPING: Ready to ship in 3-10 days from ordering
PRICE: $25.00 for 1 Kilogram frozen rabbit meat.
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