Protein Food Sources


Food Name Protein in g per 100g of food

Venison/deer 36.08

Veal cutlet or steak, lean and fat eaten 35.86

Instant breakfast, powder, sweetened with low calorie sweetener, not reconstituted 35.80

Cheese, Parmesan, hard 35.75

Soy nuts 35.22

Venison/deer, cured 35.11

Milk, dry, nonfat, not reconstituted 35.10

Milk, dry, not reconstituted, NS as to whole, lowfat, or nonfat 35.10

Chives, dried or dehydrated 34.79

Milk, dry, lowfat, not reconstituted 34.76

Beaver, cooked 34.70

Soybean meal 34.54

Buttermilk, dry, not reconstituted 34.30

Abalone, steamed or poached 33.92

Meal replacement, protein type, milk- and soy-based, powdered, not reconstituted 33.70

Veal cutlet or steak 33.67

Beef steak, fried, lean only eaten 33.65

Chicken, breast, coated, baked or fried, prepared skinless, coating not eaten 33.34

Chicken, breast, coated, baked or fried, prepared with skin, skin/coating not eaten 33.34

Chicken, breast, fried, no coating, skin not eaten 33.34

Beef jerky 33.20

Pork jerky 33.20

Pumpkin and/or squash seeds, hulled, roasted, salted 32.97

Pumpkin and/or squash seeds, hulled, roasted, without salt 32.97

Veal cutlet or steak, fried, lean only eaten 32.89

Veal, cooked, lean only eaten 32.89

Veal cutlet or steak, broiled, lean only eaten 32.89

Veal cutlet or steak, lean only eaten 32.89

Rabbit, wild, cooked 32.88

Beef steak, braised, lean only eaten 32.82

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Protein value (in grams) is per 100 grams of food weight.
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