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Meat is a rich source of amino acids & essential proteins Meat contains complete proteins and essential amino acids that support body growth development, neurological health and tissue repair. (Amino acids lysine 49.2%, histidine 46.6%, threonine 44.7%, tryptophan 41.4%, phenylalanine 35.3%, and methionine 44.2%)

[Nutrients. 2018 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6315330/]

Meat is a rich source of iron & B12. Heam iron found in meat helps to produce energy, support immune health and is important for children and pregnant women for reducing iron deficiency. Iron deficinecy is associated with symptoms such lack of concentration, fatigue, increased rish of infection, headache & weakness.

[Nurition australia https://nutritionaustralia.org/fact-sheets/iron/]

Meat is a rich source of minerals, antioxidants, vitamins and important fats. Meat contains B12, zinc, selenium, iron niacin and vitamin B6, creatine, taurine, gluathionine, CLA (Conjugated linoleic acid), and cholesterol. These are important for nerve and cell function, hormone and muscle mintenance.

[https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/foods/beef#meat-compounds]

THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF MEAT. Nino’s Meat & Smallgoods remains a truly traditional butcher shop. We prepare all our meat fresh, sourced only from local South Australian farms. This means you get only the highest quality, locally produced product.

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THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF MEAT. Nino’s Meat & Smallgoods remains a truly traditional butcher shop. We prepare all our meat fresh, sourced only from local South Australian farms. This means you get only the highest quality, locally produced product. 100% Australian meat
Meat is a rich source of amino acids & essential proteins Meat contains complete proteins and essential amino acids that support body growth development, neurological health and tissue repair. (Amino acids lysine 49.2%, histidine 46.6%, threonine 44.7%, tryptophan 41.4%, phenylalanine 35.3%, and methionine 44.2%)

[Nutrients. 2018 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6315330/]

Meat is a rich source of iron & B12. Heam iron found in meat helps to produce energy, support immune health and is important for children and pregnant women for reducing iron deficiency. Iron deficinecy is associated with symptoms such lack of concentration, fatigue, increased rish of infection, headache & weakness.

[Nurition australia https://nutritionaustralia.org/fact-sheets/iron/]

Meat is a rich source of minerals, antioxidants, vitamins and important fats. Meat contains B12, zinc, selenium, iron niacin and vitamin B6, creatine, taurine, gluathionine, CLA (Conjugated linoleic acid), and cholesterol. These are important for nerve and cell function, hormone and muscle mintenance.

[https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/foods/beef#meat-compounds]