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Top 40 Lamb, Veal, and Game Products With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids - Care Omnia Nutrition

Below we list 40 Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-polyenoic fatty acids. 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 Lamb, Veal, and Game Products With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids

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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 1 - 20 With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
1
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
913 mg
258.8 mg
2
(Australian Imported)
898 mg
254.6 mg
3
(Separable Fat, Australian)
830 mg
235.3 mg
4
(Australian Imported, External Fat)
806 mg
228.5 mg
5
(Australian Imported)
745 mg
211.2 mg
6
(Australian, 85% Lean / 15% Fat)
336 mg
95.3 mg
7
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
321 mg
91 mg
8
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
294 mg
83.3 mg
9
(Australian Imported, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat, Frenched, Bone-In)
258 mg
73.1 mg
10
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
239 mg
67.8 mg
11
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
201 mg
57 mg
12
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
182 mg
51.6 mg
13
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
180 mg
51 mg
14
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
174 mg
49.3 mg
15
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
169 mg
47.9 mg
16
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
145 mg
41.1 mg
17
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
143 mg
40.5 mg
18
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat Only, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
137 mg
38.8 mg
19
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
136 mg
38.6 mg
20
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
126 mg
35.7 mg

Figure 1. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-polyenoic fatty acids rank 1 to 20


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Lamb, Veal, and Game Products Ranked 21 - 38 With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids

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RankFoodper 100gper Oz
21
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
103 mg
29.2 mg
22
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
92 mg
26.1 mg
23
(Australian Imported, Frenched, Denuded, Meat Only, Trimmed To 0" Fat, Bone-In)
85 mg
24.1 mg
24
(Intermuscular Fat, New Zealand Imported)
69 mg
19.6 mg
25
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
68 mg
19.3 mg
26
(Australian Imported, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat, Frenched, Bone-In)
59 mg
16.7 mg
27
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
56 mg
15.9 mg
28
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat & Fat, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
55 mg
15.6 mg
29
(Rib, Meat Only, Australian)
52 mg
14.7 mg
30
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
50 mg
14.2 mg
31
(Australian Imported, Heel On, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
46 mg
13 mg
32
Two foods with same rank.
41 mg
11.6 mg
(Australian Imported, Trotter Off, Bone-In, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
(Australian Imported, Boneless, Meat Only, Trimmed To 1/8" Fat)
33
(Lamb, New Zealand Imported)
40 mg
11.3 mg
34
Two foods with same rank.
38 mg
10.8 mg
(Lamb, New Zealand Imported)
(Meat Only, Bone-In, Australian)
35
(Meat Only, Bone-In, Australian)
33 mg
9.4 mg
36
(Intermuscular Fat, New Zealand Imported)
29 mg
8.2 mg
37
(Boneless, Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
16 mg
4.5 mg
38
(Meat & Fat, New Zealand Imported)
14 mg
4 mg

Figure 2. Lamb, Veal, and Game Products with trans-polyenoic fatty acids rank 21 to 38


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Foods With trans-Polyenoic Fatty Acids In Other Food Categories

The food categories below have foods that contain trans-polyenoic fatty acids.

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