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Top 40 American Indian/Alaska Native Foods With Linolenic Acid (18:3) - Care Omnia Nutrition




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Below we list 40 American Indian/Alaska Native Foods with linolenic acid (18:3). The list is sorted from the food with the most amount to the food with the least amount.

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Ranked List Of 40 American Indian/Alaska Native Foods With Linolenic Acid (18:3)

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American Indian/Alaska Native Foods Ranked 1 - 20 With Linolenic Acid (18:3)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
1
(Oogruk, Alaska Native)
855 mg
242.4 mg
2
(Alaska Native)
800 mg
226.8 mg
3
(Alaska Native)
790 mg
224 mg
4
(Alaskan Ice Cream, Fish/Berry With Seal Oil, Alaska Native)
530 mg
150.3 mg
5
(Alaskan Ice Cream, Fish With Shortening, Alaska Native)
500 mg
141.7 mg
6
(Whale, Alaska Native)
470 mg
133.2 mg
7
Two foods with same rank.
450 mg
127.6 mg
(Skin & Subcutaneous Fat, Muktuk, Alaska Native)
(Alaska Native)
8
(Alaskan Ice Cream, Meat-Caribou, Alaska Native)
310 mg
87.9 mg
9
(Fish, Alaska Native)
280 mg
79.4 mg
10
(Mixed Species, Fish, Alaska Native)
240 mg
68 mg
11
172 mg
48.8 mg
12
(With Skin, Fish, Alaska Native)
170 mg
48.2 mg
13
Three foods with same rank.
130 mg
36.9 mg
(Meat, Alaska Native)
(Oogruk, Meat, In Oil, Alaska Native)
(Sockeye, Filets With Skin, Alaska Native)
14
(Northern Plains Indians)
124 mg
35.2 mg
15
(Fish, Alaska Native)
115 mg
32.6 mg
16
Three foods with same rank.
100 mg
28.3 mg
(Sockeye, Alaska Native, Fish)
(Alaska Native)
17
(Alaska Native, Silver, Fish)
89 mg
25.2 mg
18
(Bones Removed, Fish, Alaska Native)
80 mg
22.7 mg
19
(Made With Lard)
75 mg
21.3 mg
20
(Alaska Native)
73 mg
20.7 mg

Figure 1. American Indian/Alaska Native Foods with linolenic acid (18:3) rank 1 to 20


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American Indian/Alaska Native Foods Ranked 21 - 29 With Linolenic Acid (18:3)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
21
Four foods with same rank.
70 mg
19.8 mg
(King, Fish, Alaska Native)
(Sockeye, Fish, Alaska Native)
22
Two foods with same rank.
69 mg
19.6 mg
23
68 mg
19.3 mg
24
62 mg
17.6 mg
25
Two foods with same rank.
60 mg
17 mg
(Sockeye, Fish, Alaska Native)
26
54 mg
15.3 mg
27
52 mg
14.7 mg
28
51 mg
14.5 mg
29
Two foods with same rank.
50 mg
14.2 mg
(Venison, Alaska Native)
(Alaska Native)

Figure 2. American Indian/Alaska Native Foods with linolenic acid (18:3) rank 21 to 29

Foods With Linolenic Acid (18:3) In Other Food Categories

The food categories below have foods that contain linolenic acid (18:3).

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