VENISON GAME MEAT 

 

Nutritional Values of Venison vs. Beef

Animal meats tend to be high in saturated fat, but there are a few exceptions. Wild game meats, such as venison, are low. This is often the motivation behind people choosing venison over beef. A 4-ounce serving of beef flank steak has more than 9 grams of total fat, and nearly 4 of those grams are saturated. Venison contains 3 grams of total fat and only 1 of those grams is saturated. If you are watching your intake of fat, venison would be the better option.

Protein and Carbohydrates

Beef and venison both contain high amounts of protein and no carbohydrates. This makes each type of meat favorable for a low-carb diet. A 4-ounce serving of venison or eye of round steak contains about 24 grams of protein. Venison and beef are considered complete proteins because they contain all 10 of the essential amino acids. Amino acids are compounds that are responsible for chemical reactions in the body, and they also play a role in metabolic function.

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Cholesterol

Elevated cholesterol levels in the blood lead to plaque formation in the arteries and a higher risk for heart disease. The body makes some cholesterol naturally for cell production and hormone release, but an excessive intake is dangerous. Beef has more than three times more cholesterol than venison. A 4-ounce serving contains 20 milligrams. This same serving size of porterhouse steak contains 76 milligrams. The recommended daily intake for healthy individuals is 300 milligrams. People with coronary heart disease should take in no more than 200 milligrams a day.

Calories

Since venison is lower in fat than beef, it is also lower calories. Fat accounts for 9 calories per gram. Four ounces of porterhouse steak contains about 310 calories, while this same serving size of venison contains only 125 calories. Porterhouse steak also contains 22 grams of fat. A top sirloin steak, which is a leaner option, has 240 calories per 4-ounce serving. This is still considerably higher than venison but lower than other cuts of beef.
Eland antelope in grass during the dry season in Masai Mara, Kenya.
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B Vitamins

Venison and beef contain high amounts of various B vitamins. The B vitamins help break down protein, carbs and fat for energy, and they also assist with red blood cell formation. Four ounces of venison contains 37 percent of the recommended daily value of niacin, 24 percent of riboflavin and 15 percent of thiamin. This same serving size of top sirloin contains 44 percent of niacin, 35 percent of B-6 and 33 percent of B-12. Have a leafy green salad with either form of meat to boost the B vitamin content of your meal

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Iron

Venison and beef both have moderate amounts of iron, but venison is slightly higher. This mineral is important for oxygen transport throughout the body, and it also helps create connective tissue. Iron deficiency leads to lethargy, weakness and impaired cognitive function. A 4-ounce serving of venison has about 3.3 milligrams of iron, and 4 ounces of top sirloin has 2.1 milligrams. The recommended daily intake of iron is 8 milligrams a day for men 19 and older and women 51 and older. Women aged 19 to 50 should get 18 milligrams a day.

 
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MOST COMMON SPECIES : SPRINGBOK  |  GEMSBOK  |  WILDEBEEST  |  ELAND  |  HAARTEBEES  |  KUDU  |   IMPALA
RARE SPECIES : BLESBOK  |  REEDBUCK  |  FALLOW DEER  |  BONTEBOK  |  LECHWE |  NYALA  |  SABLE  |  ROAN   |  TSESSEBE

 VENISON PRODUCT PRICES   
      
 DescriptionMinimum Quantity Price per KgApplication
      
 A Trimmings A = All homed animal species)20-25 kg box 54,00Stews | Wors | Droe Wors
 A Primals20-25 kg box 89,00Roasts or Biltong
      
Common SpeciesKudu | Blou Wildebeest | Impala | Nyala    
 Blesbuck | Eland    
      
 Sirloins20-25 kg box 146,00 
 Fillets20-25 kg box 151,00 
      
ZebraSirloins20-25 kg box 129,00 
 Fillets20-25 kg box 138,00 
      
WarthogWarthog 6 way cut in a box20-25 kg box 94,00 
WarthogWarthog Fillets20-25 kg box 107,00 
WarthogWarthog Sirloins20-25 kg box 103,00 
WarthogWarthog Beacon20-25 kg box 208,00 
      
OstrichFan fillet order 100Kg or more100Kg and more 161,00 
 Fan fillet order under 100KgUnder 100Kg 181,00 
      
Pre-cooked stockVenison Whole RoastSmall  Med  Large 233,00Cold meats
 Venison Whole SilversidesSmall  Med  Large 191,00Cold meats
 Venison Whole PastramiSmall  Med  Large 198,00Cold meats
 Game Vienna’s 1Kg Pack  87,00Cold meats
 Game Cheese grillers 1Kg Pack  111,00Cold meats
 Game Russians 1Kg Pack  94,00Cold meats
 Game beacon 1Kg Pack  197,00Cold meats
 Paprika Loaf (Polony style square loaf 1 Kg  92,00Cold meats
      
 Springbok Carpaccio 80 gr  39,00 
 Ostrtrich Carpaccio 80 gr  39,00 
      
 B Trimmings Zebra or GiraffePer Kg 52,00 
 Meaty Bones2 Kg per box 40,00Minimum order of 20 Boxes 
      
      
Prices listed are the final price (Company not VAT registered)    
There is a minimum order value of R 2500.00 for FREE delivery in Johannesburg and R 200,00 extra for Pretoria. 
      
Stock availability – All year round (300 ton currently in stock)     
Orders placed require a lead time of 3 days before delivery – Other provinces and regions takes longer.  
All sales are COD terms (Values under 10k are cash only | over R 10 000,00 EFT will be accepted) 
Sirloins and fillets are whole and not portioned.    
  All goods remain the property of the supplier until fully paid for. 
E-mail of orders: info@advisorsguide.co.za       
Contact: 082 253 3053 Prices as of the 18th September, 2019
      

Our prices are market related and are therefor subject to change without notice.