Read on to find out what it does for you and what it is…..
It Contains: 150 calories
21 grams of protein
7.3 grams of fat
- Has iron (essential for transporting of oxygen)
- Has heme iron (easy for the body to absorb) A hard one for vegetarians to get
- Provides you with 15% of the daily recommended serve of iron
This product also has components of a number of different enzyme systems in the body, including those responsible for the release of energy from food. They also contribute to the health of the blood and nervous system.
This product contains a number of NATURAL B vitamins, not synthetic ones! The natural B vitamins include:
Thiamin (vitamin B1)
Of course Thiamin is necessary for the steady and continuous release of energy from carbohydrate. Thiamin requirements are therefore related to the amount of carbohydrate and more or less to the amount of energy in the diet. It is also required for the normal functioning of the nervous system.
As a water-soluble vitamin, Thiamin is not stored in the body so must be replenished regularly. So I like this product because it contains lots of this vitamin.
Riboflavin (vitamin B2)
Riboflavin is a component of several enzymes involved in metabolic pathways, including oxidation-reduction reactions. This vitamin is necessary for normal growth and helps maintain the integrity of mucous membranes, skin, eyes and nervous system. This product gives you 15 per cent of average daily intake required.
Niacin (vitamin B3)
Niacin is the collective name for nicotinic acid and nicotinamide, involved in the utilisation of food energy. This product has a rich source of niacin and provides 34 per cent of the average daily intake of this vitamin.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
Vitamin B6 is involved in the metabolism of amino acids, including the conversion of tryptophan to niacin. B6 is also necessary for the formation of haemoglobin.
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
Vitamin B12, together with folate, is required by rapidly dividing cells such as those in the bone marrow which form blood cells. As a cofactor for enzymes involved in amino acid (protein) metabolism, B12 aids the synthesis of the amino acid, methionine, from homocysteine. Maintaining appropriate levels of homocysteine in the blood is important for heart health.
The term folate covers folates that are present in foods and the synthetic form, folic acid, which is not naturally present in significant amounts of foods.
Folate has several functions, including its action with vitamin B 12 to support DNA synthesis in rapidly dividing cells.
Deficiency can result not only from a poor diet, but also from increased needs for the synthesis of red blood cells in, for example, pregnant women. Women who increase their folic acid /folate intake before and during the early stages of pregnancy can help reduce the risk of having a baby with a neural tube defect such as spina bifida.
So I actually endorse and recommend this product in your diet !!!! Yes, I actually love this one !!!!
So what is this product you ask?….. It is a small piece of filet steak. Yes red meat. Food gives us all we need without chemically enhanced supplements that don’t resemble food; it has no preservatives and additives (especially organic meat). Try food it’s great.
By: John Hart
Master’s In Education” (Disability/Rehab) Newcastle University Australia
“Grad Cert Education” Newcastle University Australia
“Diploma of Sport and Recreation”
“Cert 4 Personal Training”
“Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach”
Member of ASCA (Australian Strength and Conditioning Association)