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Nutritional values

Decades ago, wild game meat was a large part of the average European’s diet, but as people moved away from the country and into cities, they relied more on farm-raised meats like beef, pork, chicken and lamb. Today, wild game meats are enjoying a newfound popularity as healthy alternatives to traditional meats found in supermarkets.

In addition to their all-natural quality, game meats offer significant health advantages over traditional red meat: they’re significantly lower in fat, calories, and cholesterol than beef or pork, and in some cases, white meat chicken.

Game is typically lower in saturated fat and calories than domestic meat. Spanish game generally feeds on wild plants, shrubs, and trees that don’t contain pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, or growth hormones. Both exercise from hunting and eating game meat in moderation contribute to a healthy life. The following table clearly shows game meat is high in protein, low in calories and saturated fat.
Eating meat is good for the environment. A survey of the energy used to produce and distribute various foods has found that wild game meat is among the most energy-efficient — and least polluting — foods in our diet.