- No cholesterol
Some quick facts about "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)"
- It belongs to the "Native Foods (Indian/Alaska)" food group.
- 330 calories per 100g of "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" amount to 17% of a daily intake of 2000 calories, but your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
- It is used in the USDA food and nutrient database for dietary studies.
|Main Nutrition Facts||per 100g|
|Calories from fat||109.98Kcal (460.16kJ)|
|Saturated fatty acids||4.621g|
|Food Energy||per 100g|
|Calories from fat||109.98Kcal (460.16kJ)|
|Calories from carbohydrate||193.04Kcal (807.68kJ)|
|Calories from protein||26.76Kcal (111.96kJ)|
|Fats & Fatty Acids||per 100g|
|Saturated fatty acids||4.621g|
|Polyunsaturated fatty acids||1.055g|
|Monounsaturated fatty acids||4.411g|
|Omega-3 fatty acids||0.05g|
|Carbohydrate by difference||48.26g|
|Protein & Amino Acids||per 100g|
|Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)||0.43mg|
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)||0.217mg|
|Vitamin B3 (Niacin)||4.603mg|
|Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)||0.164mg|
|Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)||0mg|
|Vitamin K (phylloquinone)||0.8μg|
|Dihydrophylloquinone (hydrogenated vitamin K1)||0.8μg|
|Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)||105μg|
|Folate (dietary folate equivalents)||196μg|
|Other Nutriens||per 100g|
Here's how CaloriesCalc.com can help you
Carbohydrates are the body's preferred energy source. However, "preferred energy source" doesn't necessarily mean you need to make your diet consist primarily of carbohydrates, or that all carbohydrates are created equal. In today's society, carbs are ubiquitous, especially in pre-packaged foods. In particular, "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" contains 48.26g of carbs per 100g. While planning your diet it's important to understand the difference between refined carbohydrates which are energy dense and have a low nutrient composition, and the more nutritious whole grain or complex carbohydrates.
In addition, when using labels, it's important to look under the "carbohydrates" section and read how many grams of carbohydrates (4 calories from carbohydrate = 1 gram) are comprised of sugars. However, when reading labels be mindful that some of the sugar content may come from added sugars and not from natural sources such as fruit. Added sugars are the kind of sugar you want to avoid - this means that sucrose has been artificially added to enhance flavor. For example, "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" contains 2.03g total sugars per 100g. The sugar that each food contains can be analyzed on monosaccharides and disaccharides. The monosaccharides that "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" contains are glucose (dextrose) 0.1g and while the disaccharides are maltose 1.76g, sucrose 0.17g and . Added sugar may significantly increase the calorie content of food with little nutritional value, to achieve or maintain a healthy weight try not to consume foods with refined or added sugars on a regular basis. Eating fruits also supplies the body with fiber and antioxidants - something adding table sugar doesn't accomplish. Vegetables have some carbohydrate, but they tend to have many micronutrients, antioxidants, and lots of fiber that can improve your well-being.
Protein is essential for all bodily functions as it provides the body with amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks for all body tissues including muscle and organ tissue. Consuming protein with each meal can also leave you feeling fuller for a longer period of time. In particular, the protein contained in "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" is 6.69g.
Whether you're eating protein to drop fat, gain muscle, or both, it's important to seek out lean protein, or protein that has very little fat. Some fat is important (see the next section), but the type of fat matters greatly, so not all high-fat proteins are equally healthy. Some examples of lean protein include skinless chicken, tuna fish, tilapia, extra-lean ground beef, egg whites, low-fat or fat free Greek yogurt and cottage cheese, and tofu.
Vitamins are essential to good health and wellbeing. Vitamins play a key role in virtually all physiological processes occurring within the body. For example, . A healthy balanced diet with plenty of wholegrains, vegetables and fruits will ensure you are receiving an adequate amount of vitamins to help your body perform at its best. Vitamins are micronutrients which are important for our bones, skin and organs. Plus, they play a significant role in resistance to infections and diseases.
Furthermore, we can categorize vitamins into water-soluble vitamins and fat-soluble vitamins. Water-soluble vitamins as the name suggests dissolve in water, because of this they cannot be stored in the body and need to be consumed regularly. The B group vitamins are an example of water-soluble vitamins. The B group vitamins are B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), B5 (Pantothenic Acid), B6 and B12. "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" contains thiamin (B1) 0.43mg, riboflavin (B2) 0.217mg, niacin (B3) 4.603mg, pantothenic acid (B5) 0.164mg, B6 0.038mg and B12 0μg. These vitamins are responsible for releasing and producing energy, building proteins and cells.
In particular, "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" contains no vitamin A
Also Vitamins such as D and E are responsible for several functions of our body and help vitamin A with their action. For example, Vitamin D aids in for bone formation and Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and is critical for nerve and muscle function. In "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" there is Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) 0mg.
Fats are essential for normal body functioning and well-being. Omega-3 fatty acids and DHA support brain development and can support weight loss. In terms of fats, omega-3s are especially important, and some studies suggest that they can help to alleviate depression. First of all, you can gain calories from a variety of nutrients which are important for our metabolism. In particular, the calories (330Kcal) that are contained in "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" are separated in calories from fat (109.98Kcal), from carbohydrate (193.04Kcal) and from protein (26.76Kcal). It also contains fatty acids which can be categorized in fats (total) 12.22g, saturated fats 4.621g, polyunsaturated fats 1.055g, monounsaturated fats 4.411g and omega3 fatty acids 0.05g. Omega-3s can be found in salmon and other fatty fish, and they're also found in eggs.
"Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" Categories & Pros/Cons
"Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" belongs to the "Native Foods (Indian/Alaska)" category. Its major pros are that it has no cholesterol.
How to burn 330 caloriesEveryone's metabolism is responsible for converting food into energy. Being a natural process of our body, metabolism is better activated by exercise for burning calories. Some factors which define this process are body structure, sex and age.
For example a 30 year old male about 176 lb and 5 feet & 10 inches according to "Centers for Disease Control & Prevention", can burn the 330 calories received by consuming "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" by running (7 mph) for 22 minutes or walking (3 mph) for 57 minutes or swimming (moderate) for 41 minutes or cycling (13 mph) for 28 minutes or playing basketball (on 1/2 court) for 30 minutes.
On the other hand, a 30 year old female about 150 lb and 5 feet & 6 inches according to "Centers for Disease Control & Prevention", can burn the 330 calories received by consuming "Frybread, made with lard (Navajo)" by running (6 mph) for 29 minutes or walking (3 mph) for 67 minutes or swimming (moderate) for 48 minutes or cycling (13 mph) for 33 minutes or dancing (modern) for 49 minutes.
In conclusion, exercising and eating fewer calories are a good combination for losing weight and gaining a healthy way of living.