100 grams of Lard contain 902 calories, the 45% of your total daily needs.
100 grams of Lard contain no carbohydrates, is fiber-free, is protein-free, is salt-free, and no water
Lard have 95 milligrams of Cholesterol and 100 grams of fat.
It also contains some important vitamins you can see below: Vitamin D (2.5 µg) or Vitamin E (0.6 mg).
Vitamins can be either water-soluble (C and the B vitamins) or fat-soluble (A, D, E and K). Water-soluble vitamins circulate in the bloodstream and do not get stored as long time. Conversely Fat-soluble vitamins can be stored in the body for several years, so it takes longer to develop deficiency.
Vitamin D (2.5 µg) and Vitamin E (0.6 mg) are some of the vitamins present in Lard.
The body needs many minerals; these are called essential minerals. Essential minerals are sometimes divided up into major minerals (macrominerals) and trace minerals (microminerals). A balanced diet usually provides all of the essential minerals.
Some of the minerals found in Lard are: Selenium (0.2 µg) and Zinc (0.11 mg).
The AHA (American Heart Association) recommends limiting your daily saturated fat intake to less than 130 milligrams.
Monounsaturated fatty acids
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
|per 100gr||Daily value|
|Energy||902 kcal||45 %|
|Total fat||100 g||154 %|
|Carbohydrates||0 gr||0 %|
|Cholesterol||95 mg||32 %|
|Sodium||0 mg||0 %|
|Water||0 mg||0.0 %|
|Protein||0 g||0 %|
|Vitamin D||2.5 mg||25 %|
|Vitamin E||0.6 mg||4 %|
|Zinc||0.11 mg||1 %|
|Selenium||0.2 µg||0 %|
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