The average weight per quail of 100g/120g. Quails are tender and juicy and delicate in texture and flavour.
This food is a good source of Niacin, Vitamin B6, Iron, Phosphorus, Copper and Selenium, and a very good source of Protein.
Selenium is a trace mineral found naturally in meat and fish.
Selenium is necessary for the normal functioning of the immune system and thyroid gland. Selenium is known for its role in various functions such as anticancer, joint health, skin and coat, immune resistance and antioxidant properties etc.
Niacin orthewise known as vitamin B3 is found naturally in meat, offal meat such as liver and fish.
B-complex vitamins are water-soluble vitamins that are not stored in the body, therefore needs to be supplied by the diet.
Niacin promotes growth, proper functioning of the nervous system, maintenance of healthy coat, digestive system, and carbohydrate-fat-protein metabolism.
Phosphorus is a mineral or micromineral and is found in meat and offal meat.
Phosphorous is required in a relatively high amount in the diet. Phosphorous maintain the growth and structure of the skeletal system.
Iron is a mineral or micromineral and is found in meat.
Iron is vital to many metabolic functions including oxygen transportation in hemoglobin. Iron is needed continuously to provide hemoglobin for newly produced red blood cells. Low level of iron will lead to the development of anemia.
Pirydoxine orthewise known as vitamin B6 is found naturally in meat.
Vitamin B-6 is necessary for the proper maintenance of red blood cell metabolism, the nervous system, the immune system, and many other bodily functions.
Copper is a mineral and is found in liver and fish.
Copper is necessary for a number of body processes including the formation of collagen, bone and connective tissue.