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Meat vs Barbecue chicken - In-Depth Nutrition Comparison

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Important differences between Meat and Barbecue chicken

  • Meat has more Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Selenium, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, and Phosphorus than Barbecue chicken.
  • Meat's daily need coverage for Vitamin B1 is 75% more.
  • Meat contains 7 times more Vitamin B5 than Barbecue chicken. Meat contains 1.012mg of Vitamin B5, while Barbecue chicken contains 0.152mg.
  • Meat contains less Cholesterol.

The food varieties used in the comparison are Pork, fresh, loin, tenderloin, separable lean only, cooked, roasted and Chicken, broiler, rotisserie, BBQ, thigh meat and skin.

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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
Meat
7
:
Contains more Iron +21.1%
Contains more Potassium +65.1%
Contains more Magnesium +38.1%
Contains more Copper +44.2%
Contains more Zinc +36%
Contains more Phosphorus +22.5%
Contains less Sodium -83%
Contains more Calcium +166.7%
Iron Calcium Potassium Magnesium Copper Zinc Phosphorus Sodium 44% 2% 38% 21% 37% 66% 115% 8%
Iron Calcium Potassium Magnesium Copper Zinc Phosphorus Sodium 36% 5% 23% 15% 26% 49% 94% 44%
Contains more Iron +21.1%
Contains more Potassium +65.1%
Contains more Magnesium +38.1%
Contains more Copper +44.2%
Contains more Zinc +36%
Contains more Phosphorus +22.5%
Contains less Sodium -83%
Contains more Calcium +166.7%

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
Meat
7
:
Contains more Vitamin D +∞%
Contains more Vitamin B1 +1627.3%
Contains more Vitamin B2 +70.5%
Contains more Vitamin B3 +29.7%
Contains more Vitamin B5 +565.8%
Contains more Vitamin B6 +286.9%
Contains more Vitamin B12 +21.3%
Contains more Vitamin A +∞%
Contains more Vitamin E +475%
Contains more Folate +∞%
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% 2% 6% 238% 90% 140% 61% 171% 72% 0% 0%
Vitamin C Vitamin A Vitamin E Vitamin D Vitamin B1 Vitamin B2 Vitamin B3 Vitamin B5 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12 Vitamin K Folate 0% 5% 10% 0% 14% 53% 108% 10% 45% 59% 0% 6%
Contains more Vitamin D +∞%
Contains more Vitamin B1 +1627.3%
Contains more Vitamin B2 +70.5%
Contains more Vitamin B3 +29.7%
Contains more Vitamin B5 +565.8%
Contains more Vitamin B6 +286.9%
Contains more Vitamin B12 +21.3%
Contains more Vitamin A +∞%
Contains more Vitamin E +475%
Contains more Folate +∞%

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
65
Meat
25
Barbecue chicken
Mineral Summary Score
41
Meat
36
Barbecue chicken

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
157%
Meat
135%
Barbecue chicken
Carbohydrates
0%
Meat
0%
Barbecue chicken
Fats
16%
Meat
70%
Barbecue chicken

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.
Meat Barbecue chicken
Lower in Cholesterol ok
Lower in Sugar ok
Lower in Sodium ok
Lower in Saturated Fat ok
Lower in glycemic index ok
Rich in minerals ok
Rich in vitamins ok
Lower in price ok

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Meat Barbecue chicken
Low Calories diet ok
Low Fats diet ok
Low Carbs diet ok
Low glycemic index diet ok

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Comparison summary

Which food is lower in Cholesterol?
Meat
Meat is lower in Cholesterol (difference - 54mg)
Which food is lower in Sugar?
Meat
Meat is lower in Sugar (difference - 0.12g)
Which food contains less Sodium?
Meat
Meat contains less Sodium (difference - 278mg)
Which food is lower in Saturated Fat?
Meat
Meat is lower in Saturated Fat (difference - 2.729g)
Which food is lower in glycemic index?
Meat
Meat is lower in glycemic index (difference - 10)
Which food is richer in minerals?
Meat
Meat is relatively richer in minerals
Which food is richer in vitamins?
Meat
Meat is relatively richer in vitamins
Which food is cheaper?
Barbecue chicken
Barbecue chicken is cheaper (difference - $0.5)

All nutrients comparison - raw data values

Nutrient Meat Barbecue chicken Opinion
Calories 143 226 Barbecue chicken
Protein 26.17 22.51 Meat
Fats 3.51 15.08 Barbecue chicken
Vitamin C 0 0
Carbs 0 0.12 Barbecue chicken
Cholesterol 73 127 Meat
Vitamin D 10 0 Meat
Iron 1.15 0.95 Meat
Calcium 6 16 Barbecue chicken
Potassium 421 255 Meat
Magnesium 29 21 Meat
Sugar 0 0.12 Meat
Fiber 0 0
Copper 0.111 0.077 Meat
Zinc 2.42 1.78 Meat
Starch 0 Barbecue chicken
Phosphorus 267 218 Meat
Sodium 57 335 Meat
Vitamin A 0 67 Barbecue chicken
Vitamin E 0.08 0.46 Barbecue chicken
Vitamin D 0.2 0 Meat
Vitamin B1 0.95 0.055 Meat
Vitamin B2 0.387 0.227 Meat
Vitamin B3 7.432 5.732 Meat
Vitamin B5 1.012 0.152 Meat
Vitamin B6 0.739 0.191 Meat
Vitamin B12 0.57 0.47 Meat
Vitamin K 0 0
Folate 0 8 Barbecue chicken
Trans Fat 0.033 0.078 Meat
Saturated Fat 1.198 3.927 Meat
Monounsaturated Fat 1.334 6.446 Barbecue chicken
Polyunsaturated fat 0.506 2.038 Barbecue chicken
Tryptophan 0.275 0.173 Meat
Threonine 1.175 0.657 Meat
Isoleucine 1.288 0.853 Meat
Leucine 2.229 1.549 Meat
Lysine 2.427 1.75 Meat
Methionine 0.721 0.565 Meat
Phenylalanine 1.1 0.69 Meat
Valine 1.367 0.935 Meat
Histidine 1.13 0.592 Meat
Fructose 0.04 Barbecue chicken

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. Meat - https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/fdc-app.html#/food-details/168250/nutrients
  2. Barbecue chicken - https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/fdc-app.html#/food-details/171127/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.