Exotic Meat Market® offers Rabbit Burgers. Rabbit Burgers are pink, sweet, tender, juicy and flavorful. Four Rabbit
Burgers per Lb. Four ounces each.
Rabbit meat is suitable to be included in the diet
of the younger population. It is an excellent source of proteins necessary for
the average growth and development of bones in children. Rabbit meat also
provides a significant source of minerals such as phosphorus, which contributes
to the proper maintenance of bones and teeth; and selenium which contributes to
the proper functioning of the immune system, the same as vitamins B6 and B12.
Experts recommend consuming rabbit meat during
pregnancy due to its low-calorie content (130 kcal per 100 grams), low-fat
content (5.33 grams per 100 grams), and high biological value proteins, which
have a good ratio between their energy and protein.
Rabbit meat contributes to covering the
recommended intake of protein, B vitamins, and minerals in teenagers. At this
stage, proteins should be provided in sufficient quantities to ensure adequate
growth and bone development in children, as well as contributing to increasing
and maintaining muscle mass. The contribution of minerals such as potassium,
phosphorus, and selenium is also significant.
Rabbit meat has a high protein content, which
contributes to preserving muscle mass. These proteins, together with
phosphorus, of which there are high amounts in rabbit meat, help with proper
bone functioning. Rabbit meat is also a source of selenium that helps protect
cells against oxidative damage and has a high content of group B vitamins – B3,
B6, and B12, which help decrease tiredness and fatigue. It also has low salt
content, which helps maintain normal blood pressure.
A portion of rabbit meat -approximately 150 grams-
coves more than 100 percent of the recommended daily intake of vitamin B12 in
pregnant women. In addition, it provides 2% of the recommended daily intake of
folic acid, 2% of iodine, 4.3 % of iron,
1.2% of calcium, and 3.7% of ci.