arm Lamb domestic shoulder

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arm Lamb domestic shoulder Food Facts

Lamb domestic shoulder, arm, separable lean and fat, trimmed to 1/4" fat, choice, cooked, braised food facts

USDA SR27 Database Food #17044 category lamb-veal-game Food Products Refuse Desc: 20
Measurement
measure spectrum
Amount: 3 oz = 85 grams
of LAMB,DOM,SHLDR,ARM,LN&FAT,1/4 in.FAT,CHOIC,CKD,BRSD
Current Multiple = 1
17044
Measurement Choices:
3 oz   1 chop, excluding refuse (yield from 1 raw chop, with refuse, weighing 160 g)

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Calories
nutrient-1
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
294 kcal
 
1231 kJ
 
Macronutrients
nutrient-2
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
20.4 g
 
25.83 g
 
0 g
 
37.59 g
 
0.94 g
 
Macronutrients are elements or substances that are essential in larger amounts to the growth and health of a living organism.
Close Notes
Vitamins
nutrient-3
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
0.094 mg
 
2.19 mcg
 
0 mg
 
0.13 mg
 
0.06 mg
 
0.213 mg
 
5.661 mg
 
0.519 mg
 
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Vitamins are:
Minerals
nutrient-4
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
21 mg
 
0.118 mg
 
2.03 mg
 
22 mg
 
0.02 mg
 
175 mg
 
31.6 mcg
 
260 mg
 
61 mg
 
5.17 mg
 
NS
 
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Minerals are:
Fat
nutrient-7
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
20.4 g
 
Fat Calories = 188.1 kcals = 64% of total
0.264 g
nmb/Ω6   0.24:1
1.105 g
Ω6/Ω3   4.19:1
Fats and sterols.
Sterols
nutrient-8
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Proteins
nutrient-11
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
25.83 g
 
Protein Calories = 105.9 kcals = 36% of total
Nine Indispensable Amino Acids
0.819 g
 
2.009 g
 
1.246 g
 
2.281 g
 
1.106 g
 
0.302 g
 
1.394 g
 
End of Nine
 
 
0.663 g
 
0.309 g
 
0.869 g
 
1.051 g
 
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Proteins are:
Footnotes:

This food, briefly described as LAMB,DOM,SHLDR,ARM,LN&FAT,1/4 in.FAT,CHOIC,CKD,BRSD, supplies an extra generous amount of the following vitamins, minerals and nutrients:
Energy This food has a high source of energy. The amount of energy is measured in joules or Calories (kilocals).


Protein is the major structural component of all cells in the body and function as enzymes in membranes as transport carriers and as some hormones. During digestion and absorption, dietary proteins are broken down into amino acids which become building blocks of these fuctional and structural compounds. Histidine is the 1st of 9 essential amino acids Isoleucine is the 2nd of 9 essential amino acids Threonine is the 3rd of 9 essential amino acids Valine is the 4th of 9 essential amino acids Methionine is the 5th of 9 essential amino acids Tyrosine is the 6th of 9 essential amino acids Leucine is the 7th of 9 essential amino acids Lysine is the 8th of 9 essential amino acids Tryptophan is the 9th of 9 essential amino acids Cystine Phenylalanine
Total lipid (fat) This food has a higher than average amount of lipids (fat). Fat is required by the body, but some sources of fat are better than others. The fat types that are present in generous amounts (if any) are as follows: Fatty acids, total monounsaturated Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated 18:3 undifferentiated Ω3 18:2 undifferentiated Ω6 Iron, Fe, prevents microcitic hypochromic anemia. Phosphorus, P, helps in the maintenance of PH, storage and transfer of energy and nucleotide synthesis. Selenium, Se, provides defense against oxidative stress and regulation of thyroid hormone action, and reduction and oxidation. Zinc, Zn, is a component of multiple enzymes and proteins; involved in the regulation of gene expression. Vitamin B-12 prevents megabolastic anemia. Coenzyme in nucleic acid metabolism. Riboflavin aka Vitamin B-2 is a conenzyme in numerous redux reactions. Niacin is a coenzyme in metabolism of Carbohydrates and branched amino acids. Pantothenic acid is a coenzyme in fatty acid metabolism. Arginine Alanine Aspartic acid Glutamic acid Glycine Proline Serine Fatty acids, total saturated Cholesterol