The Diet Facts.
It is good to the have all the biltong diet facts to hand when your dieting as it is an ideal goto low-calorie snack in between meals.
In fact, you will probably lose more calories eating it than you gain from this dried beef! Well, perhaps not, but it is less than 10% fat!
Tasty and Nutritious.
Don’t forget, if it’s your first time getting your tongue on some Tong, it’s best to choose a mild version. Other versions include chilli, chutney and traditional recipes.
It doesn’t contain the same spices and other fiery ingredients, but it’s every bit as delicious.
Protein, Fat and Calories.
As it is sold to health fanatics, sports centres, gyms, mountaineers, Everest climbers, national bodybuilding champions, premier league footballer’s, famous tennis players, long-distance runners and loads of you that simply love to train and eat healthily.
Companies need to be sure about the nutritional information they give out.
To this end, you can send samples on a regular basis to Eclipse Scientific for testing on a variety of fronts, including nutritional values and shelf life to ensure your tong is healthy and safe.
Recently a packet of tong was tested weighing 250g bags and passed the test successfully proving a 6-month shelf life.
Following a dried meat diet eating medium, no fat dried beef contains 48g of protein per 100g of the tong. (Crisps contain +- 4g of protein per 100g and nuts, thought to be “protein heaven”, actually only contain +-28g of protein per 100g).
Medium No Fat tong has only 9.5g of FAT per 100g of dried meat. (Crisps contain +- 34g of fat per 100g and nuts, contain +-53g of fat per 100g).
Medium No Fat has only 307 kcal per 100g of biltong. (Crisps have +- 560 kcal per 100g and nuts, have +-600 kcal per 100g).