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Rabbit, the white meat

Nutritional information

For sports enthusiasts. For those seeking a balanced diet. For your heart’s sake. For your kids’. For the young and the not so young. For everyone. Any occasion is a good time to enjoy rabbit meat.

Eat rabbit at least twice a week

  • Low in calories. Rabbits provide white meat with few calories. Apt cooked, it is ideal for a balanced diet.
  • Highly nutritious. This meat is rich in proteins, vitamins (mainly groups B and E), and minerals (basically phosphorus, calcium and potassium).
  • Good for the heart. Without any excess of saturated fats and low in sodium, it is recommendable to prevent high blood pressure and cardiovascular disorders.
  • Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. As it is rich in vitamin B12, its consumption is advisable for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • The meat for athletes. Sport increases the body’s demand for energy and certain nutrients that have to be provided through the diet to ensure optimal physical performance. According to recent studies, eating rabbit meat is ideal to meet these needs as it is a source of high-quality protein and essential micronutrients.
Mean values per 100 gr
  RABBIT CHICKEN TURKEY FAT BEEF FAT PORK LAMB/MUTTON
Energy value 557 Kj. / 133 Kcal. 558 Kj. / 133 Kcal. 659 Kj. / 157 Kcal. 899 Kj. / 214 Kcal. 995 Kj. / 237 Kcal. 945 Kj. / 225 Kcal.
Fats 5,74 g. 6,33 g. 6,80 g. 15,30 g. 18,00 g. 16,60 g.
Carbohydrates 0 g. 0 g. 0 g. 0 g. 0 g. 0 g.
Proteins 20,25 g. 19,06 g. 22,40 g. 19,00 g. 18,90 g. 17,60 g.
Sodium 0,04 g. 0,08 g. 0,07 g. 0,08 g. 0,36 g. 0,08 g.