7 Healthy Benefits of Ram Meat
The benefit of ram meat also known as mutton is a lot but in a country like Nigeria ram meat is majorly eaten during Salah, a Muslim holiday also known as Eid el Kabir or Feast of Sacrifice.
But a lot is changing now, as a livestock and meat company, we have seen a lot of individuals and corporate body order for ram meat in large quantities week in week out and to encourage this we have decided to write about the benefit of ram meat so as to enlighten people.
Healthy Benefits of Ram Meat
Great source of iron
Iron deficiency is one of the causes of anaemia, ram meat helps in the prevention of iron deficiency anaemia.
High quality protein source
Ram meat (Mutton) is one of the high quality protein sources in nature. Protein is a key ingredient in muscle building, body maintenance and repair.
Source of vitamin
Ram meat can also be a source of vitamin B vitamins which are water soluble, thus not stored in the body. It is important to eat foods rich in vitamins daily.
Vitamin B12 which aids the production of blood in the body, it keeps nerves working properly and also helps brain function.
Vitamin B12 also prevents the occurrence of neutral tube defects when consumed by pregnant women.
Ram meat is also a source of Vitamin B2 and B3 which help the body cells use fat, protein and carbohydrates from foods to produce energy
Source of Calcium
Calcium is important in the maintenance of teeth and bones.
Ram meat contains zinc, which plays an important role in the body. The functions of Zinc include wound healing and immune boosting.
Ram meat contains selenium, which collaborates with vitamin E to work as antioxidants for the body. It also has anti-aging properties.
Healthy fatty acids
Ram meat contains unsaturated fats that help improve blood cholesterol levels. It also contains low levels of saturated fat and cholesterol.
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