Pork Tongue

Published on: 02/05/2021 | Last Updated: 28/11/2021
Pork Tongue

Pork tongue is a source of copper, cobalt, sodium, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, pantothenic acid. It is characterized by a significant content of nitrogenous extracts. It consists of over 14% protein, 16.8%

Pork tongue is a source of copper, cobalt, sodium, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, pantothenic acid. It is characterized by a significant content of nitrogenous substances - extracts. It consists of over 14% protein, 16.8% fat, a large amount of trace elements; it is a useful and valuable food product.

The product contains a large amount of iron, which provides oxygen exchange in the body and contributes to the destruction of microbes. It contains vitamins B1, B2, B6, PP, manganese, magnesium, iron, potassium, copper.

Due to the high content of iron and calcium, pork tongue is extremely suitable for children, pregnant and lactating women. In addition, unlike pork, the tongue is significantly lower in calories, so it is considered dietary.

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