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INF FORMULA, ABBOTT NUTR, SIMILAC, PM 60/40, PDR NOT RECON (100g)

524.000 kcal

5 of the most important measurements for weight loss. Foods high in fibre help to bulk out the nutrients in the food and cause it to be digested slower, and so are especially good for weight loss and maintaining blood sugar levels. Most natural foods contain a high amount of water. Foods high in carbs will have a high glycemic index and be more satisfying, but if eaten too much will cause an insulin response that will quickly make you hungry again. As a general rule, you should look for foods with a balanced profile so that they give you enough energy, but are digested slowly.

All fats are prone to rancidity. Saturated fat is less prone to oxidisation. Saturated fats are better to cook with, followed by monounsaturated fat, then polyunsaturated fats. Saturated fats are also highest in energy.

Water 2.250 g
Fiber 0.000 g
Carbs 54.940 g
Protein 11.400 g
Fat 28.710 g
   Saturated 12.214 g
   Monounsaturated 5.242 g
   Polyunsaturated 10.835 g
Cholesterol 17.000 mg
Choline 61.600 mg
Sugar 52.380 g
Ash 2.700 g
Calcium 288.000 mg
Iron 1.130 mg
Magnesium 31.000 mg
Phosphorus 144.000 mg
Potassium 411.000 mg
Sodium 123.000 mg
Zinc 3.850 mg
Copper 0.462 mg
Manganese 0.026 mg
Selenium 9.800 µg
Vitamin C 46.200 mg
Thiamin 0.514 mg
Riboflavin 0.770 mg
Niacin 5.392 mg
Vitamin A 1541.000 IU
Vitamin B6 0.308 mg
Vitamin B12 1.280 µg
Vitamin D 308.000 IU
Vitamin K 41.100 µg