BNI™ 083.95f: Yak milk (average)

dietBNI™ 83.95f: Yak milk (average), INTL, 2011.

This is a balanced nutrition analysis of yak milk based on average nutritional data reported by Medhammar et al (2011). Yak milk can be summarised as being, mainly, biased towards excess of fat, adequate in protein and sodium, low in carbohydrate and fiber, and high in sugar and saturated fat. It also provides about 129mg of calcium per 100ml of milk.


Nutrition information (100ml)
Actual g Actual Kcal Actual % Ideal % Ideal Kcal Ideal g
Protein 5.2 20.8 20.6 20.0 20.2 5.1
Carbohydrate 4.8 19.2 19.0 55.0 55.7 13.9
Sugar 4.8 19.2 19.0 < 10.0 < 10.1 < 2.5
Fat 6.8 61.2 60.5 25.0 25.3 2.8
Saturated fat 3.5 31.5 31.1 < 10.0 < 10.1 < 1.1
Fiber 0.0 - 0.0 5.1 - 1.5
Sodium 0.029 - 1.5 < 5.1 - < 0.101
Misc 83.2 - - - - 76.6
Total 100.0 101.2 100.0 100.0 101.2 100.0
kJul - 423.4 - - 423.4 -
Nutritional balance (100ml)
(good) Adequate in protein
x (bad) Extremely low in carbohydrate
x (bad) Very high in sugar
x (bad) Extremely high in fat
x (bad) Extremely high in saturated fat
x (bad) Very low in fiber
(good) Low in sodium
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ideal % = grey cells; actual % = asterisk (*)
Serving analysis (serving size = 250.0 ml )
ml per serving = 250.0 ml
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small snack large snack small meal large meal
(133 kcal) (266 kcal) (400 kcal) (600 kcal)
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kcal per serving = 253.0 kcal
Balance simulation for this food (serving size = 250.0 ml ) Original BNI 83.95
Add now or next meal 3.8 g fiber Reduce BNI to 78.89
- 0.0 mg sodium - n/a
Both reduce BNI to 78.89
- 0.0 excess kcal protein
Burn out 22.7 excess kcal sugar
- 0.0 excess kcal other carbs
Burn out 53.5 excess kcal saturated fat
Burn out 23.7 excess kcal other fats
Burn out a total of 99.8 kcal Reduce BNI to 44.51
Burn those kcal out doing… 1996 steps
or 33 minutes slow walking (~3.2km/h)
or 22 minutes fast walking (~5.6km/h)
or 10 minutes jogging (~8km/h)
or 21 minutes leisure cycling (<16km/h)
or 12 minutes swimming
or 9 minutes stair treadmill
Reduce kcal to 153.2 kcal per serving All reduce BNI to 39.45

References

MEDHAMMAR Elinor, Ramani WIJESINHA-BETTONI, Barbara STADLMAYR, Emma NILSSON, Ute Ruth CHARRONDIERE & Barbara BURLINGAME (2011). Composition of milk from minor dairy animals and buffalo breeds: a biodiversity perspective. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2012, volume 92, issue 3, pages 445–474 (doi: 10.1002/jsfa.4690).
PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2011). Nutritional balance of minor dairy animals' milk. The Balanced Nutrition Index (ISSN 1177-8849), 2012, issue 2. (Retrievable from http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/BNI)


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