BNI™ 129.71p: Fish, snapper, mixed species, raw (USDA)

dietBNI™ 129.71p: Fish, snapper, mixed species, raw, USDA, 2011.

Snapper fish.


Nutrition information (100g)
Actual g Actual Kcal Actual % Ideal % Ideal Kcal Ideal g
Protein 20.5 82.0 87.5 20.0 18.7 4.7
Carbohydrate 0.0 0.0 0.0 55.0 51.5 12.9
Sugar 0.0 0.0 0.0 < 10.0 < 9.4 < 2.3
Fat 1.3 11.7 12.5 25.0 23.4 2.6
Saturated fat 0.3 2.7 2.9 < 10.0 < 9.4 < 1.0
Fiber 0.0 - 0.0 4.7 - 1.4
Sodium 0.064 - 3.2 < 4.7 - < 0.094
Misc 78.1 - - - - 78.3
Total 100.0 93.7 100.0 100.0 93.7 100.0
kJul - 392.0 - - 392.0 -
Nutritional balance (100g)
x (bad) Extremely high in protein
x (bad) Extremely low in carbohydrate
(good) Very low in sugar
x (bad) Very low in fat
(good) Low in saturated fat
x (bad) Low in fiber
о (ok) Slightly high in sodium
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ideal % = grey cells; actual % = asterisk (*)
Serving analysis (serving size = 85.0 grams )
grams per serving = 85.0 grams
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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 = 79.6 kcal
Balance simulation for this food (serving size = 85.0 grams ) Original BNI 129.71
Add now or next meal 1.2 g fiber Reduce BNI to 125.03
- 0.0 mg sodium - n/a
Both reduce BNI to 125.03
Burn out 49.8 excess kcal protein
- 0.0 excess kcal sugar
- 0.0 excess kcal other carbs
- 0.0 excess kcal saturated fat
- 0.0 excess kcal other fats
Burn out a total of 49.8 kcal Reduce BNI to 67.20
Burn those kcal out doing… 996 steps
or 16 minutes slow walking (~3.2km/h)
or 11 minutes fast walking (~5.6km/h)
or 5 minutes jogging (~8km/h)
or 10 minutes leisure cycling (<16km/h)
or 6 minutes swimming
or 5 minutes stair treadmill
Reduce kcal to 29.9 kcal per serving All reduce BNI to 62.51

Author

Jose D PEREZGONZALEZ (2012). Massey University, New Zealand (JDPerezgonzalezJDPerezgonzalez).


Disclaimer: Nutrition information is based on data provided on a product's nutrition information label or collected from a database (such as USDA). These data may only be averages, or may be incomplete. The BNI™ rating is based on an analysis of macronutrients and sodium and does not consider other nutrients that may be important. The BNI™ rating is also based on average reference intakes (Ideal values) which may vary from the recommended intakes for your country. Ideal values are for adults, and are based on a 2,000 kcal diet. Nutrition results are for research purposes, and should be considered editorial opinions given without warranty, and are not intended to replace the advice of a dietitian or health-care professional. BNI™, the Balanced Nutrition Index™, INE™ and el Índice de Nutrición Equilibrada™ are trademarks, and the associated formula and ratings are copyrighted material and may not be used for commercial purposes.


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