Lamb: nutrition facts

Lamb is a type of food categorized among meats. One portion of Lamb (considering as a portion 3 oz, meaning more or less 85 grams of Lamb) contains around 250 calories.

When compared to other meats, Lamb has more caloriess than the average of meats, as they contain 294 calories per 100 grams, while other foods like the Lamb have much less calories.

Recipes with Lamb

You can use Lamb as an ingredient for the next recipes:

Lamb as natural remedy

Lamb can be used as a natural remedy to treat the next diseases:

Lamb nutritional facts

1 serving (85 gr.) 100 gr.
Calories250 kcal294 kcal
Lipids17.80 g20.94 g
Saturated Fat7.506 g8.83 g
Polyunsaturated Fat1.283 g1.51 g
Monounsaturated Fat7.497 g8.82 g
Protein20.84 g24.52 g
Carbohydrate0.00 g0 g
Sugars-- g-- g
Fiber-- g-- g
Cholesterol82 mg97 mg
Calcium14 mg17 mg
Iron1.60 mg1.88 mg
Sodio61 mg72 mg
Potassium264 mg310 mg
Magnesium20 mg23 mg
Phosphorus160 mg188 mg
Zinc3.79 mg4.46 mg
Vitamin A0 IU0 IU
Vitamin C-- mg-- mg
Vitamin D0.1 µg0.1 µg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)-- mg-- mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)0.212 mg0.25 mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)5.661 mg6.66 mg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid )0.561 mg0.66 mg
Vitamin B60.110 mg0.13 mg
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)2.17 µg2.55 µg
Vitamin E0.12 mg0.14 mg
Vitamin K3.9 µg4.6 µg
Choline79.6 mg93.7 mg
Arginine1.238 g1.457 g
Tyrosine0.700 g0.824 g
Folic Acid15 µg18 µg
Beta Carotene0 µg0 µg
Water45.66 g53.72 g
Caffeine0 mg0 mg

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