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Why Venison is so healthy

it's packed with protein

Farm-raised venison is a high quality, complete source of protein - a cooked venison loin contains approx. 30g of protein per 100g. This protein comes in the form of essential amino acids, which are important for muscle growth and repair, brain function, hormone production and sleep.

Venison is LOW in FAT, calories & sodium

A cooked venison loin contains less than 3g of fat per 100g, and fewer calories than beef, lamb or even skinless chicken. Venison is also naturally low in sodium, which makes it better for your heart than other red meats. 

Venison is Rich in Vitamins & Minerals

Venison is full of healthy B vitamins riboflavin, niacin and thiamin, which are vitally important for maintaining energy levels. Venison's naturally high levels of Vitamin B6 helps regulate blood sugar, while B12 protects against anemia. Venison is also rich in easily-absorbed minerals such as iron, phosphorus, potassium and zinc, which are essential for good health. 

How does it stack up against other meats? 

When compared with other common proteins, venison performs exceptionally well, in terms of both nutritional and taste. Check out the nutritional stats below to see how it stacks up against other meats. 


Seared venison fillet on top a deconstructed oriental salad
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Nutritional Comparison

Based on 100g (3.5oz) cooked portions. SOURCE: USDA National Nutrient Database


kcal (g)

Protein (g)

Total Fat (g)

Iron (mg)

Zing (mg)

Venison Loin 150 30.2 2.38 4.09 3.63
Prime Beef Tenderloin 255 27.54 15.27 3.66 5.17
Lamb Loin 216 29.99 9.73 2 4.13
Skinless Chicken 167 25.01 6.63 1.21 1.52
Farmed Salmon 206 22.1 12.35 0.34 0.43