Raw Goat Testes (500g) - Ballsy Nutrients! | RogueRaw

Goat Testes

RAW GOAT TESTES - BALLSY NUTRIENTS! (approx. 500g)

  • Ultra High Protein
  • Excellent for stud dogs ( for obvious reasons)Excellent for prep meals

 Want to get some GRUNT into your raw meals?  Goat testes are a must have to take your dog's raw feeding to the next level. These are a rare item to source and we highly recommend them for dogs of all ages.

Goat Testes are an extremely nutritious supplementation to your dogs raw food diet. From a functional standpoint they are especially useful for growing puppies or dogs that need weight gain fast.

Goat testes are considered a delicacy in some cultures and they do offer many specific nutritional benefits. Here are some potential health benefits associated with raw feeding goat testes:

  1. Protein content: Goat testes are a good source of protein. Protein is essential for building and repairing tissues, supporting muscle growth, and maintaining overall health. The exact protein content can vary depending on the size and weight of the testes, but they generally provide a significant amount of protein.

  2. Vitamins and minerals: Goat testes contain various vitamins and minerals necessary for maintaining overall health. They can provide important nutrients such as vitamin B12, iron, zinc, and selenium. These nutrients are involved in functions such as energy metabolism, immune system support, and antioxidant activity.

  3. Zinc source: Zinc is particularly abundant in testes and plays a crucial role in numerous bodily processes, including immune function, wound healing, and reproductive health.

  4. Hormonal support: Testes produce testosterone, the primary male sex hormone. Some believe that consuming testes may provide hormonal support, although more research is needed to confirm this claim.

  5. Goat testicles are rich in magnesium andpotassium. Potassium is critical to your nerve and blood circulation system and  it also helps in muscle growth and development.

On average, goat testes can contain approximately 15-20 grams of protein per 100 grams.  


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