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Food NameCaloriesProtein
Salt, table00
Vinegar, cider210
Vinegar, distilled180
PACE, Dry Taco Seasoning Mix1880
Babyfood, juice treats, fruit medley, toddler3470
Babyfood, fruit, applesauce, junior370
Babyfood, fruit, applesauce and cherries, strained510
Babyfood, fruit, applesauce and cherries, junior510
Babyfood, juice, apple470
Babyfood, apple-cranberry juice460
Babyfood, beverage, GERBER GRADUATE FRUIT SPLASHERS310
Fat, beef tallow9020
Lard9020
Shortening, household, soybean (partially hydrogenated)-cottonseed (partially hydrogenated)8840
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Protein

information from the National Institutes of Health

Protein is in every living cell in the body. Our bodies need protein from the foods we eat to build and maintain bones, muscles and skin. We get proteins in our diet from meat, dairy products, nuts and certain grains and beans. Proteins from meat and other animal products are complete proteins. This means they supply all of the amino acids the body can't make on its own. Plant proteins are incomplete. You must combine them to get all of the amino acids your body needs.

It is important to get enough dietary protein. You need to eat protein every day, because your body doesn't store it the way it stores fats or carbohydrates. The average person needs 50 to 65 grams of protein each day. This is the amount in four ounces of meat plus a cup of cottage cheese.

 

For protein content of 8,000+ common foods see: Protein Counter.

 

For protein quality of 8,000+ common foods see: Protein Quality of Foods.

Is it possible to eat too much protein?

There is evidence to suggest that people with certain diseases and conditions should limit their protein intake. For people with kidney disease, for instance, a reduced-protein diet may help delay the progression towards kidney failure.

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High-Calorie Foods without Protein

The foods in list below are high in calorie but have zero protein content.



Calories
High-Calorie Foods with No Protein (100 g)

902
Fish oil, menhaden, fully hydrogenated

902
Fish oil, salmon

902
Fish oil, sardine

902
Fat, mutton tallow

902
Fish oil, cod liver

902
Fish oil, menhaden

902
Fat, beef tallow

902
Lard

902
Fish oil, herring

900
Shortening, household, lard and vegetable oil

900
Fat, chicken

900
Oil, walrus (Alaska Native)

900
Oil, whale, bowhead (Alaska Native)

900
Oil, industrial, soy, low linolenic

900
Oil, beluga, whale (Alaska Native)

900
Fat, goose

900
Oil, industrial, canola, high oleic

900
Oil, corn, industrial and retail, all purpose salad or cooking

900
Shortening frying (heavy duty), beef tallow and cottonseed

900
Shortening industrial, lard and vegetable oil

900
Fat, turkey

897
Animal fat, bacon grease

894
Oil, spotted seal (Alaska Native)

889
Meat drippings (lard, beef tallow, mutton tallow)

884
USDA Commodity Food, oil, vegetable, soybean, refined

884
Oil, sheanut

884
Oil, soybean, salad or cooking, (partially hydrogenated) and cottonseed

884
Oil, sunflower, linoleic, (partially hydrogenated)

884
Shortening bread, soybean (hydrogenated) and cottonseed


Calories
High-Calorie Foods with No Protein (100 g)

884
Shortening cake mix, soybean (hydrogenated) and cottonseed (hydrogenated)

884
Oil, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated ), palm, principal uses icings and fillings

884
Oil, industrial, palm kernel (hydrogenated), confection fat, intermediate grade product

884
Oil, industrial, palm kernel (hydrogenated) , used for whipped toppings, non-dairy

884
Oil, hazelnut

884
Oil, industrial, coconut, confection fat, typical basis for ice cream coatings

884
Shortening, household, soybean (partially hydrogenated)-cottonseed (partially hydrogenated)

884
USDA Commodity Food, oil, vegetable, low saturated fat

884
Shortening, multipurpose, soybean (hydrogenated) and palm (hydrogenated)

884
Oil, vegetable, Natreon canola, high stability, non trans, high oleic (70%)

884
Oil, cooking and salad, ENOVA, 80% diglycerides

884
Oil, corn, peanut, and olive

884
Oil, industrial, canola (partially hydrogenated) oil for deep fat frying

884
Oil, industrial, soy, ultra low linolenic

884
Oil, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated), principal uses popcorn and flavoring vegetables

884
Oil, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated) and cottonseed, principal use as a tortilla shortening

884
Oil, industrial, palm kernel, confection fat, uses similar to high quality cocoa butter

884
Oil, corn and canola

884
Oil, industrial, palm kernel (hydrogenated), filling fat

884
Oil, industrial, soy, refined, for woks and light frying

884
Oil, industrial, palm kernel (hydrogenated), confection fat, uses similar to 95 degree hard butter

884
Shortening, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated), pourable liquid fry shortening

884
Shortening, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated ) and corn for frying

884
Oil, babassu

884
Oil, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated), multiuse for non-dairy butter flavor

884
Oil, industrial, canola for salads, woks and light frying

884
Oil, canola

884
Oil, industrial, soy ( partially hydrogenated), all purpose

884
Oil, soybean, salad or cooking, (partially hydrogenated)

884
Oil, industrial, coconut, principal uses candy coatings, oil sprays, roasting nuts

884
Shortening frying (heavy duty), palm (hydrogenated)


Calories
High-Calorie Foods with No Protein (100 g)

884
Oil, almond

884
Oil, apricot kernel

884
Oil, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated ) and soy (winterized), pourable clear fry

884
Shortening, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated ) for baking and confections

884
Oil, sesame, salad or cooking

884
Shortening, special purpose for cakes and frostings, soybean (hydrogenated)

884
Oil, rice bran

884
Oil, sunflower, high oleic (70% and over)

884
Oil, wheat germ

884
Oil, peanut, salad or cooking

884
Oil, soybean, salad or cooking

884
Oil, cocoa butter

884
Oil, industrial, cottonseed, fully hydrogenated

884
Oil, teaseed

884
Oil, palm

884
Oil, industrial, canola with antifoaming agent, principal uses salads, woks and light frying

884
Oil, sunflower, linoleic (less than 60%)

884
Oil, industrial, mid-oleic, sunflower

884
Oil, cottonseed, salad or cooking

884
Oil, sunflower, linoleic, (approx. 65%)

884
Oil, industrial, soy, fully hydrogenated

884
Shortening household soybean (hydrogenated) and palm

884
Shortening frying (heavy duty), soybean (hydrogenated), linoleic (less than 1%)

884
Shortening, confectionery, fractionated palm

884
Oil, safflower, salad or cooking, linoleic, (over 70%)

884
Oil, oat

884
Shortening confectionery, coconut (hydrogenated) and or palm kernel (hydrogenated)

884
Shortening industrial, soybean (hydrogenated) and cottonseed

884
Oil, cupu assu

884
Oil, mustard

884
Oil, nutmeg butter


Calories
High-Calorie Foods with No Protein (100 g)

884
Oil, olive, salad or cooking

884
Shortening, vegetable, household, composite

884
Oil, avocado

884
Oil, ucuhuba butter

884
Oil, poppyseed

884
Oil, tomatoseed

884
Oil, safflower, salad or cooking, high oleic (primary safflower oil of commerce)

884
Oil, grapeseed

884
Oil, walnut

884
Shortening, special purpose for baking, soybean (hydrogenated) palm and cottonseed

882
Fat, duck

880
Oil, industrial, palm and palm kernel, filling fat (non-hydrogenated)

880
Oil, industrial, coconut (hydrogenated), used for whipped toppings and coffee whiteners

862
Vegetable oil, palm kernel

862
Oil, coconut

763
Oil, soybean lecithin

688
Mayonnaise dressing, no cholesterol

628
Margarine-like shortening, industrial, soy (partially hydrogenated), cottonseed, and soy, principal use flaky

pastries

534
Margarine-like, vegetable oil spread, stick or tub, sweetened

465
Vegetable oil-butter spread, reduced calorie

449
Salad dressing, home recipe, vinegar and oil

418
Frostings, vanilla, creamy, ready-to-eat

415
Snacks, candy bits, yogurt covered with vitamin C

399
Sugar, turbinado

398
Sweeteners, for baking, contains sugar and sucralose

396
Candies, gumdrops, starch jelly pieces

394
Candies, hard

394
Candies, hard, dietetic or low calorie (sorbitol)

389
Sugars, powdered

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