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(@hulk1732)
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I know venison is good for you but does anyone know how good, like protein, sodium, fat, per serving i know there are different parts that are different ratios but i just want an average hulk


   
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(@ulnxeresy)
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ELK it's whats for DInner.... yes, i like elk more than deer.. better tasting too... NOW you have me wondering thought, i am going to do dome serches


   
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First number is % of protein, second number is % of fat, third number is mg of cholesterol per 100g, fourth number is calories per 100g (About 3 1/2 ounces) Antelope 22.5 .9 112 144 Beef USDA choice 22.0 6.5 72 180 Beef USDA standard 22.7 2.0 69 152 Buffalo 21.7 1.9 62 138 Chicken 23.6 .7 62 135 Crane (Sandhill) 21.7 2.4 123 153 Deer (Mule) 23.7 1.3 107 145 Deer (Whitetail) 23.6 1.4 116 149 Dove 22.9 1.8 94 145 Duck (Domestic) 19.9 4.25 89 180 Duck (Mallard) 23.1 2.0 140 152 Elk 22.8 .9 67 137 Goose (Snow) 22.7 3.6 142 121 Grouse (Sharptail) 23.8 .7 105 142 Grouse (Sage) 23.7 1.1 101 140 Lamb 20.8 5.7 66 167 Moose 22.1 .5 71 130 Partridge (Gray) 25.6 .7 85 151 Pheasant (Domestic) 23.9 .8 71 144 Pheasant (Wild) 25.7 .6 52 148 Pig (Domestic Pork) 22.3 4.9 71 165 Pig (Wild Boar) ** 28.3 4.38 109 160 Rabbit (Cottontail) 21.8 2.4 77 144 Rabbit (Jack) 21.9 2.4 131 153 Squirrel 21.4 3.2 83 149 Turkey (Domestic) 23.5 1.5 60 146 Turkey (Wild) 25.7 1.1 55 163 Widgeon 22.6 2.1 131 153 Surveys show that carcasses of domesticated animals have 25 to 30% fat while the average fat content of wild game animals is only 4.3%. Not only is the fat lower in game, but is also healthier. Fat from wild game contains a much higher proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids, good fat and is lower in saturated fat, bad fat. Composition and breakdown of fat content. Some game meat is higher in dietary cholesterol than domestic meats, but the combination of more lean body tissue, less saturated fat and significantly higher % of cholesterol-reducing polyunsaturated fatty acids makes wild game a heart-healthy choice. First number is Saturated (bad fat), second number is %Fatty Acids, third number is Monounsaturated Polyunsaturated (good fat) Antelope 41.2 27.1 31.6 Beef 46.3 45.5 8.2 Boar 35.7 47. 17.3 Buffalo 43.2 45.0 11.8 Caribou 46.6 36.4 17.0 Deer (Mule) 48.0 31.8 20.2 Deer (Whitetail) 45.6 30.6 23.9 Elk 48.4 26.6 24.9 Moose 36.6 24.3 39.1 Rabbit 39.0 35.6 25.4


   
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(@hulk1732)
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Those ratios look pretty good so i would say that the 7 point i just got will definitly help the diet hulk


   
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66LIFTER99
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Good info .. thanx!


   
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mac83
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mmm, i <3 venison


   
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RacerXHGH
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What are the numbers on Soilent Green? 😀


   
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Troponin
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It depends on the country the soilent green was raised in. Here in the U.S., it's about 30% fat.


   
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DistantThunder
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It's my understanding that soylent green was a combo of soybeans and lentils with human bodies thrown in...........I could probably do a dietary analysis of it.....which would rank with the desireability of wanting to have my nuts ripped off by a 350 lb. dyke.....so I defer to trop's opinion on the dietary fat......


   
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DistantThunder
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