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Why Rabbit Meat

 

Low Fat & Cholesterol

  • Level of fat, average 6 g/100g

  • Level of cholesterol, 1.39 mg/kg

  • Level of calories, 150 kcal/100g

  • Suitable for the one who controls their diet, especially for diabetics and heart disease.

 

Good source of vitamins, minerals, and other nutritions

  • High content of Vitamin B3 and B12, Phosphorus, Potassium and Selenium that are suitable for nutrition balance on our daily food intake.

  • Also contain Omega-3 and 6, Vitamin A, PP, E, C, B-B1, B2, B4, B6, B9, other trace elements such as Magnesium, Sulphur, Calcium, Sodium and others. 

  • With all the nutritional information listed above, the calories content are still the lowest with average 150 kcal for 100g of rabbit meat

 

Helps on balancing the diet

  • Rabbit meat has finer fibres than chicken meat, hence it helps with a patient who suffers gastrointestinal tract disease. 

 

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