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Top 100 Foods With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0) - Care Omnia Nutrition




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Butter contains heptadecanoic acid (17:0)

Heptadecanoic Acid or Margaric acid (17:0) is a saturated fatty acid.

Heptadecanoic acid is commonly found in animal fats and is a by-product of the food industry.

This acid accounts for only a small proportion of total saturated fatty acids found in various foods.

You can find heptadecanoic acid in food sources like:

  • Beef Products
  • Lamb, Veal, and Game Products
  • Sausages and Luncheon Meats
  • Dairy and Egg Products
  • Spices and Herbs
  • Pork Products

You can find a more detailed list of foods that contain heptadecanoic acid below.

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Check out our article named: What Is Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0) & What Foods Can I Find It In?


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Ranked List Of 100 Foods With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

Below you'll find a list of the top 100 foods that contain heptadecanoic acid (17:0). It's ranked from the food with the most amount to the food with the least amount.

For ease of use, we've grouped together all foods that share the same rank. Click on the rows with the symbol to show or hide the foods with the same rank.

By clicking on a food you'll get a list of all the nutrient content of that food.

Foods Ranked 1 - 20 With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
1
(Lamb, New Zealand Imported)
1.5 g
419.6 mg
2
(Lamb, New Zealand Imported)
1.4 g
385.6 mg
3
(Intermuscular Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.3 g
368.5 mg
4
(Separable Fat, Australian Imported)
1.2 g
328.9 mg
5
(Separable Fat, Australian Imported)
1.1 g
323.2 mg
6
(Intermuscular Fat, New Zealand Imported)
1.1 g
317.5 mg
7
(New Zealand Imported)
1.1 g
306.2 mg
8
(Beef, New Zealand Imported)
1 g
294.8 mg
9
(New Zealand Imported)
1 g
292 mg
10
(Australian Imported)
933 mg
264.5 mg
11
(Beef, New Zealand Imported)
920 mg
260.8 mg
12
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
868 mg
246.1 mg
13
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
801 mg
227.1 mg
14
(Aust. Marble Score 4/5, Australian Imported)
772 mg
218.9 mg
15
(Grass-Fed Beef, Australian Imported)
762 mg
216 mg
16
(Aust. Marble Score 4/5, Australian Imported, External Fat)
752 mg
213.2 mg
17
(Australian Imported)
653 mg
185.1 mg
18
(Separable Fat, Australian)
634 mg
179.7 mg
19
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
625 mg
177.2 mg
20
(Aust. Marble Score 9, Australian Imported)
621 mg
176.1 mg

Figure 1. Foods with heptadecanoic acid (17:0) rank 1 to 20


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Foods Ranked 21 - 40 With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
21
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
592 mg
167.8 mg
22
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
566 mg
160.5 mg
23
(Without Salt)
560 mg
158.8 mg
24
(External Fat Only)
559 mg
158.5 mg
25
(Aust. Marble Score 9, Australian Imported, External Fat)
546 mg
154.8 mg
26
(Beef, New Zealand Imported, Meat & Fat)
531 mg
150.5 mg
27
Two foods with same rank.
494 mg
140 mg
(External Fat Only)
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
28
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
482 mg
136.6 mg
29
(With Salt)
476 mg
134.9 mg
30
(Seam Fat Only)
456 mg
129.3 mg
31
(Beef, New Zealand Imported, Meat & Fat)
446 mg
126.4 mg
32
Two foods with same rank.
432 mg
122.5 mg
(Salted)
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
33
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
423 mg
119.9 mg
34
Two foods with same rank.
421 mg
119.4 mg
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
(Beef Franks)
35
(Seam Fat Only)
420 mg
119.1 mg
36
(Beef Rib, Grade: Choice, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
410 mg
116.2 mg
37
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
405 mg
114.8 mg
38
(New Zealand Imported)
402 mg
114 mg
39
(New Zealand Imported)
399 mg
113.1 mg
40
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
394 mg
111.7 mg

Figure 2. Foods with heptadecanoic acid (17:0) rank 21 to 40


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Foods Ranked 41 - 60 With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
41
Two foods with same rank.
390 mg
110.6 mg
(Beef Rib, Grade: All, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
42
(New Zealand Imported, Swiss Cut, Soaked & Simmered)
384 mg
108.9 mg
43
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
381 mg
108 mg
44
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
362 mg
102.6 mg
45
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
361 mg
102.3 mg
46
(Beef Rib, Grade: Select, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
360 mg
102.1 mg
49
(70% Lean Meat / 30% Fat)
344 mg
97.5 mg
50
(Aust. Marble Score 9, Australian Imported, Boneless, Rib, Meat & Fat)
341 mg
96.7 mg
51
(Australian, 85% Lean / 15% Fat)
336 mg
95.3 mg
52
Two foods with same rank.
335 mg
95 mg
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
53
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: Choice, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
333 mg
94.4 mg
54
(Beef, Grade: Choice, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
331 mg
93.8 mg
55
Two foods with same rank.
329 mg
93.3 mg
(Australian Imported, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Beef Lip-On, Grade: Choice, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
56
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: All, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
327 mg
92.7 mg
57
(Aust. Marble Score 4/5, Australian Imported, Boneless, Rib, Meat & Fat)
326 mg
92.4 mg
58
(Australian Imported, Whole, Meat, Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat, Arm & Blade)
325 mg
92.1 mg
59
(Beef Lip-On, Grade: Choice, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
321 mg
91 mg
60
Two foods with same rank.
319 mg
90.4 mg
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: Choice, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)

Figure 3. Foods with heptadecanoic acid (17:0) rank 41 to 60


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Foods Ranked 61 - 80 With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
61
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: Select, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
318 mg
90.2 mg
62
Three foods with same rank.
311 mg
88.2 mg
(Australian Imported, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Meat & Fat, Partly Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
63
(New Zealand Imported, Variety Meats & By-Products)
310 mg
87.9 mg
64
(Australian Imported, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
309 mg
87.6 mg
65
(Beef, Grade: All, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
308 mg
87.3 mg
66
Two foods with same rank.
307 mg
87 mg
(Beef Lip-On, Grade: All, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(New Zealand Imported, Variety Meats & By-Products)
67
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: All, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
303 mg
85.9 mg
68
(Australian Imported, Whole, Meat, Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat, Arm & Blade)
302 mg
85.6 mg
69
Two foods with same rank.
301 mg
85.3 mg
(Beef, Flaked, Chopped, Formed, & Thinly Sliced)
(Beef Lip-On, Grade: All, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
70
(New Zealand Imported, Swiss Cut)
300 mg
85 mg
71
Two foods with same rank.
298 mg
84.5 mg
(Aust. Marble Score 9, Australian Imported, Loin, Meat & Fat)
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
72
(Meat Only, New Zealand Imported)
295 mg
83.6 mg
73
Two foods with same rank.
293 mg
83.1 mg
(Meat & Fat, Partly Frenched, New Zealand Imported)
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
74
(Australian Imported, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
289 mg
81.9 mg
75
(75% Lean Meat / 25% Fat)
286 mg
81.1 mg
76
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: Choice, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
285 mg
80.8 mg
77
(Aust. Marble Score 4/5, Australian Imported, Boneless, Loin, Meat & Fat)
284 mg
80.5 mg
78
Two foods with same rank.
278 mg
78.8 mg
(Beef)
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: Select, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
79
(Beef Bone-In Lip-On, Grade: All, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
277 mg
78.5 mg
80
(Beef, Grade: Choice, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
275 mg
78 mg

Figure 4. Foods with heptadecanoic acid (17:0) rank 61 to 80


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Foods Ranked 81 - 83 With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
81
Two foods with same rank.
274 mg
77.7 mg
(Pork, Rendered Fat)
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
82
Two foods with same rank.
273 mg
77.4 mg
(Beef Lip-On, Grade: Select, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Beef Lip-On, Grade: Choice, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
83
Two foods with same rank.
272 mg
77.1 mg
(Beef, Grade: Select, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat)
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)

Figure 5. Foods with heptadecanoic acid (17:0) rank 81 to 83

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Foods In Different Categories With Heptadecanoic Acid (17:0)

The food categories below have foods that contain heptadecanoic acid (17:0).

Select a category to show a ranked list of all the foods in that category with heptadecanoic acid (17:0).

Food Categories
American Indian/Alaska Native Foods
Baby Foods
Baked Products
Beef Products
Beverages
Breakfast Cereals
Candy, Sweets or Lollies
Cereal Grains and Pasta
Dairy and Egg Products
Dressings and Condiments
Fast Foods
Fats and Oils
Finfish and Shellfish Products
Fruits and Berries
Lamb, Veal, and Game Products
Legumes and Legume Products
Meals, Entrees, and Side Dishes
Nuts and Seeds
Pork Products
Poultry Products
Restaurant Foods
Sauces and Gravies
Sausages and Luncheon Meats
Snacks
Soups, Broths, and Stews
Spices and Herbs
Vegetables and Vegetable Products

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