Deer (venison), sitka, raw (Alaska Native) have 18 milligrams of Cholesterol and 2.66 grams of fat.
100 grams of Deer (venison), sitka, raw (Alaska Native) contain no carbohydrates, is fiber-free, 21.5 grams of protein, is salt-free, and 75 grams of water
100 grams of Deer (venison), sitka, raw (Alaska Native) contain 116 calories, the 6% of your total daily needs.
It also contains some important vitamins you can see below: Vitamin B-3 (6.6 mg), Vitamin B-2 (0.36 mg) or Vitamin B-1 (0.2 mg).
Your body needs vitamins in adequate intake to work properly. Nevertheless How many Vitamins in can I find in this food? Discover here the amounts present in each of the listed vitamins and useful facts about them.
The essential vitamins present in Deer (venison), sitka, raw (Alaska Native) are: Vitamin B-3 (6.6 mg), Vitamin B-2 (0.36 mg) and Vitamin B-1 (0.2 mg).
Minerals are inorganic substances required in small amounts by the body for a variety of different functions. Your body needs larger amounts of some minerals, such as calcium, to grow and stay healthy. Other minerals like copper or iodine are called trace minerals because you only need very small amounts of them each day.
The essential minerals present in Deer (venison), sitka, raw (Alaska Native) are: Calcium (7 mg) and Iron (2.9 mg).
You should limit the total fat intake to between 25 to 35 percent of total calories with only 7 percent coming by way of saturated fats (no more than 15 gr. of saturated fat a day).
Monounsaturated fatty acids
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
|per 100gr||Daily value|
|Energy||116 kcal||6 %|
|Total fat||2.66 g||4 %|
|Carbohydrates||0 gr||0 %|
|Cholesterol||18 mg||6 %|
|Water||75 mg||75.0 %|
|Protein||21.5 g||43 %|
|Vitamin B-1||0.2 µg||13 %|
|Vitamin B-2||0.36 mg||21 %|
|Vitamin B-3||6.6 mg||33 %|
|Calcium||7 mg||1 %|
|Iron||2.9 mg||16 %|
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