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Goat vs Pot roast - In-Depth Nutrition Comparison

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Differences between Goat and Pot roast

  • Goat has more Vitamin B2, Copper, and Iron, while Pot roast has more Vitamin B12, Selenium, Zinc, and Monounsaturated Fat.
  • Pot roast's daily need coverage for Vitamin B12 is 42% higher.
  • Pot roast contains 3 times less Vitamin B2 than Goat. Goat contains 0.49mg of Vitamin B2, while Pot roast contains 0.171mg.
  • The amount of Cholesterol in Goat is lower.

The food types used in this comparison are Goat, raw and Beef, chuck, arm pot roast, separable lean and fat, trimmed to 0" fat, all grades, cooked, braised.

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Mineral Comparison

Mineral comparison score is based on the number of minerals by which one or the other food is richer. The "coverage" chart below show how much of the daily needs can be covered by 300 grams of the food
Goat
4
:
Contains more Iron +16.9%
Contains more Potassium +66.7%
Contains more Copper +158.6%
Contains more Calcium +23.1%
Contains more Zinc +66.5%
Contains less Sodium -42.7%
Equal in Phosphorus - 174
Iron Calcium Potassium Magnesium Copper Zinc Phosphorus Sodium 107% 4% 34% 0% 86% 110% 78% 11%
Iron Calcium Potassium Magnesium Copper Zinc Phosphorus Sodium 91% 5% 21% 14% 33% 182% 75% 7%
Contains more Iron +16.9%
Contains more Potassium +66.7%
Contains more Copper +158.6%
Contains more Calcium +23.1%
Contains more Zinc +66.5%
Contains less Sodium -42.7%
Equal in Phosphorus - 174

Vitamin Comparison

Vitamin comparison score is based on the number of vitamins by which one or the other food is richer. The "coverage" chart below show how much of the daily needs can be covered by 300 grams of the food
Goat
2
:
Contains more Vitamin B1 +86.4%
Contains more Vitamin B2 +186.5%
Contains more Vitamin B12 +88.5%
Contains more Folate +80%
Equal in Vitamin B3 - 4.105
Vitamin C Vitamin A Vitamin E Vitamin D Vitamin B1 Vitamin B2 Vitamin B3 Vitamin B5 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12 Vitamin K Folate 0% 0% 0% 0% 28% 114% 71% 0% 0% 142% 0% 4%
Vitamin C Vitamin A Vitamin E Vitamin D Vitamin B1 Vitamin B2 Vitamin B3 Vitamin B5 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12 Vitamin K Folate 0% 0% 11% 6% 15% 40% 77% 35% 66% 267% 5% 7%
Contains more Vitamin B1 +86.4%
Contains more Vitamin B2 +186.5%
Contains more Vitamin B12 +88.5%
Contains more Folate +80%
Equal in Vitamin B3 - 4.105

Vitamin and Mineral Summary Scores

The summary score is calculated by summing up the daily values contained in 300 grams of the product. Obviously the more the food fulfills human daily needs, the more the summary score is.
Vitamin Summary Score
30
Goat
44
Pot roast
Mineral Summary Score
53
Goat
53
Pot roast

Macronutrients Comparison

Macronutrient comparison charts compare the amount of protein, total fats, and total carbohydrates in 300 grams of the food. The displayed values show how much of the daily needs can be covered by 300 grams of food.
Protein
124%
Goat
174%
Pot roast
Carbohydrates
0%
Goat
0%
Pot roast
Fats
11%
Goat
88%
Pot roast

Comparison summary table

Pay attention to the most right column. It shows the amounts side by side, making it easier to realize the amount of difference.
Goat Pot roast
Lower in Sodium ok
Lower in price ok
Rich in vitamins ok
Lower in Cholesterol ok
Lower in Sugar ok
Lower in Saturated Fat ok
Lower in glycemic index Equal
Rich in minerals Equal

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Goat Pot roast
Low Calories diet ok
Low Fats diet ok
Low Carbs diet Equal
Low glycemic index diet Equal

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Comparison summary

Which food contains less Sodium?
Pot roast
Pot roast contains less Sodium (difference - 35mg)
Which food is cheaper?
Pot roast
Pot roast is cheaper (difference - $2)
Which food is richer in vitamins?
Pot roast
Pot roast is relatively richer in vitamins
Which food is lower in Cholesterol?
Goat
Goat is lower in Cholesterol (difference - 59mg)
Which food is lower in Sugar?
Goat
Goat is lower in Sugar (difference - 0g)
Which food is lower in Saturated Fat?
Goat
Goat is lower in Saturated Fat (difference - 6.838g)
Which food is lower in glycemic index?
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The foods have equal glycemic indexes (0)
Which food is richer in minerals?
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It cannot be stated which food is richer in vitamins. See the charts below for detailed information. See the charts below for detailed information. See the charts below for detailed information.

All nutrients comparison - raw data values

Nutrient Goat Pot roast Opinion
Calories 109 297 Pot roast
Protein 20.6 28.94 Pot roast
Fats 2.31 19.17 Pot roast
Vitamin C 0 0
Net carbs 0 0
Carbs 0 0
Cholesterol 57 116 Goat
Vitamin D 8 Pot roast
Iron 2.83 2.42 Goat
Calcium 13 16 Pot roast
Potassium 385 231 Goat
Magnesium 19 Pot roast
Sugar 0 Goat
Fiber 0 0
Copper 0.256 0.099 Goat
Zinc 4 6.66 Pot roast
Starch
Phosphorus 180 174 Goat
Sodium 82 47 Pot roast
Vitamin A 0 0
Vitamin E 0.51 Pot roast
Vitamin D 0.2 Pot roast
Vitamin B1 0.11 0.059 Goat
Vitamin B2 0.49 0.171 Goat
Vitamin B3 3.75 4.105 Pot roast
Vitamin B5 0.571 Pot roast
Vitamin B6 0.283 Pot roast
Vitamin B12 1.13 2.13 Pot roast
Vitamin K 1.8 Pot roast
Folate 5 9 Pot roast
Trans Fat
Saturated Fat 0.71 7.548 Goat
Monounsaturated Fat 1.03 8.175 Pot roast
Polyunsaturated fat 0.17 0.708 Pot roast
Tryptophan 0.306 0.19 Goat
Threonine 0.981 1.156 Pot roast
Isoleucine 1.042 1.317 Pot roast
Leucine 1.716 2.302 Pot roast
Lysine 1.532 2.446 Pot roast
Methionine 0.552 0.754 Pot roast
Phenylalanine 0.715 1.143 Pot roast
Valine 1.103 1.436 Pot roast
Histidine 0.429 0.924 Pot roast
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References

The source of all the nutrient values on the page (excluding the main article the sources for which are presented separately if present) is the USDA's FoodCentral. The exact links to the foods presented on this page can be found below.

  1. Goat - https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/fdc-app.html#/food-details/175303/nutrients
  2. Pot roast - https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/fdc-app.html#/food-details/170213/nutrients

All the Daily Values are presented for males aged 31-50, for 2000 calorie diets.

Data provided by FoodStruct.com should be considered and used as information only. Please consult your physician before beginning any diet.