Bearded (Oogruk) Seal have milligrams of Cholesterol and 2.3 grams of fat.
100 grams of Bearded (Oogruk) Seal contain 351 calories, the 18% of your total daily needs.
100 grams of Bearded (Oogruk) Seal contain no carbohydrates, is fiber-free, 82.6 grams of protein, is salt-free, and 11.6 grams of water
It also contains some important vitamins you can see below: Vitamin A (1,310 IU), Vitamin B-2 (0.63 mg) or Vitamin B-1 (0.13 mg).
People with low levels of vitamin in diet can suffer deficiency diseases. Vitamins are really important substances for the body's health. For this reason we recommend you maintain a balanced vitamins intake.
The essential vitamins present in Bearded (Oogruk) Seal are: Vitamin A (1,310 IU), Vitamin B-2 (0.63 mg) and Vitamin B-1 (0.13 mg).
There are 2 kinds of minerals your body needs: macrominerals and microminerals. Your body needs larger amounts of macrominerals than trace minerals. Prominent Macrominerals or major minerals are Sodium, Potassium, Calcium or Magnesium. The trace or Micromineral group is made up of iron, manganese, copper, iodine, zinc, cobalt, fluoride, and selenium.
Phosphorus (784 mg) and Iron (49.6 mg) are some of the minerals present in Bearded (Oogruk) Seal.
According to the American Heart Association, a diet high in saturated fat can dramatically raise your cholesterol, increasing your risk of heart disease. We recommend limiting your daily saturated fat intake to less than 13 grams.
Monounsaturated fatty acids
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
|per 100gr||Daily value|
|Energy||351 kcal||18 %|
|Total fat||2.3 g||4 %|
|Carbohydrates||0 gr||0 %|
|Water||11.6 mg||11.6 %|
|Protein||82.6 g||165 %|
|Vitamin A||1,310 IU||44 %|
|Vitamin B-1||0.13 µg||9 %|
|Vitamin B-2||0.63 mg||37 %|
|Iron||49.6 mg||276 %|
|Phosphorus||784 mg||78 %|
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