Wild game meat
Wild meat is a lean protein with a low-fat content that is primarily due to the animal’s higher level of activity as well as its natural diet (as opposed to the heavy grain and corn-based diets of domesticated livestock). Wild animals are not confined, require no forced antibiotics, and are able to roam freely and breed naturally. According to the USDA, wild meats are higher in protein, iron, and B vitamins than its beef and pork counterparts.
Wild game is also a good source of iron and zinc, which are beneficial minerals necessary for balanced health. Iron is necessary for oxygen to travel to tissues and organs while zinc provides support for a healthy immune system.