GUINEA HEN,MEAT ONLY,RAW Nutrition Facts

GUINEA HEN,MEAT ONLY,RAW Nutrition Facts


Please note this nutritional information is based on a serving size of: 1 - unit (yield from 1 lb ready-to-cook guinea)
 
Amount per Serving
Daily Recommended Intake
Calories
302 Kcal
(Based on a 2000 Calorie Intake; for Adults and Children 4 or More Years of Age)
Fat
7  g
11 % of 65g
Saturates 1.76  g
9 % of 20g
Monounsaturates 1.87  g
 N/A
Polyunsaturates 1.62  g
 N/A
Cholesterol
  173  mg
58 % of 300mg 
Sodium
190  mg
8 % of 2400mg  
Carbohydrates
  0  g
0 % of 300g 
Fiber
  0  g
0 % of 25g  
Sugars
  0  g
 N/A
Protein
57  g 
114 % of 50g Excellent Source
Retinol
  33  µg
 N/A
Vitamin C
  5  mg
Source of Vitamin C8 % of 60mg  
Calcium
30  mg 
  3 % of 1000mg 
Iron
2  mg 
Source of Iron11 % of 18mg  
Vitamin E
0  µg 
N/A 
Vitamin K 0  µg 
  0 % of 80µg  
Thiamin
0  mg  
0 % of 1.5mg  
Riboflavin
0  mg 
  0 % of 1.7mg 
Niacin
24  mg  
  Excellent Source of Niacin120 % of 20mg 
Vitamin B12
  1  µg 
  Good Source of Vitamin B1217 % of 6µg 
Pantothenate
3  mg  
  Excellent Source of Pantothenate30 % of 10mg 
Potassium 605  mg  Excellent Source of Potassium30 % of 2000mg 
Phosphorus
465  mg 
Excellent Source of Phosphorus46 % of 1000mg  
Magnesium
66  mg 
  Good Source of Magnesium16 % of 400mg 
Zinc
3  mg 
% of 15mg 
Vitamin B6
1  mg 
  Excellent Source 50 % of 2mg 
Folic Acid
  0  µg 
 N/A
0
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GUINEA HEN,MEAT ONLY,RAW is a Excellent Source of Protein

Protein makes up the structure of most cells in the human body. The major function of protein with regards to exercise is its involvement in the reparation and development of all tissues and hence it is essential for muscle growth. Protein is made up of small molecules called amino acids. While some amino acids are manufactured by the body, some must be obtained through the diet. These are known as the essential amino acids. All 22 a.a must be present in order for the body to metabolize protein properly.
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