Why Eat Kangaroo?

Eat Kangaroo

The Kangaroo is super active and grazes on natural foliage which produces a lean, high quality game meat. Cook the meat Medium Rare to avoid toughness. They can be raised in free-range or semi-wild facilities, or hunted as wild game.

Why eat it?

  • It is healthy for the body’s tissues and muscles. Lean red meat trimmed of visible fat, combined with a diet low in saturated fat, provides many of the healthy nutritional benefits of meat (like protein, zinc, iron, B vitamins, and fatty acids).
  • It isn’t farmed, so as wild game that is free from antibiotics, added hormones and chemicals, it is also a leaner cut of meat with less than 2% fat and low in saturated fats.
  • Kangaroo meat contains specific acids than most other meats. Which can benefit health by increasing the metabolic rate, decreasing abdominal fat, enhancing muscle growth, and enhancing the immune system. It also works on plasma lipids and red blood cells to support cardiovascular health.
  • With plenty of zinc, which is better absorbed than the zinc from plant foods, as well as vitamins B6 and B12, which help produce normal red blood cells and maintain the nervous and immune systems, kangaroo meat provides many health benefits.
  • It is good for bone health because it contains vitamin D, which promotes calcium absorption and promotes the mineralization of the skeleton.
  • Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that tends to get trapped inside the fat cells. It’s important for the expression of proteins, regulating cell proliferation and apoptosis (essentially, a healthy life cycle of the cell). So if vitamin D is getting trapped in fat cells, sometimes getting a higher dose of it will allow a little to be in circulation and do what it’s supposed to do.

I love to make homemade hamburgers and meat loaf filled with grated carrot, zuchinni and thinly diced onion with the mince you can buy from Woolies. Delish!

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