Major health benefits of South African Game meat.

Most of us are aware of the low fat content of game meat and the natural benefits organic meat hold for our bodies, but there are a few other benefits triumphing the mainstream meat products we find on our shelves currently.

To start with, Game meat in general has lower Omega-6 fatty acids, which, according to Linus Pauling Institute in Oregon, USA, can cause higher inflammation in the body. On the other hand, game meat boasts with a higher amount of Omega-3 fatty acids, which in effect can lower the risk of heart disease as well as a vigorous curb on stiffness and joint pain.

With up to 30% richer in protein, coupled with some iron and zinc benefits, which we will have a look at in a later blog post, the paybacks on eating game just keeps adding up.

There is however a crucial determining factor when standing in front of the fridge or freezer at the local retailer and having to make a decision on the overwhelmingly round chicken, or the lean game.

Your taste buds in relation to your imagination has a great impact on whether you opt for the more socially excepted, or for the health factor, both presented equally tasty on display. Well, this is where the great news comes in. It does not take long to cook up a proper meal with great taste, when quickly want to fix something for dinner. Time is of the essence for most professional people, and cooking takes up much of the precious moments that could have been spent with the family. With game meat however, a couple of minutes is all you need.

Quick and easy, in the pan. You really can’t go wrong.