Readers of fit4art,

This is another article from our well-known series «What fat is in?», and in this post we will see and analyze all the fat of a tenderloin. So without losing any more time, we go directly to the subject of our current post: «What fat is in a tenderloin?»

What fat is in a tenderloin?

See in detail all the types of fat contained in this food, as well as their content per 100 grams:

Fat3.19 g5 %
  Saturated fatty acids1.170 g6 %
    Hexadecanoic acid0.810 g
    Octadecanoic acid0.320 g
    Tetradecanoic acid0.040 g
  Monounsaturated fatty acids1.230 g
    Hexadecenoic acid0.240 g
    Octadecenoic acid0.990 g
  Polyunsaturated fatty acids0.750 g
    Eicosatetraenoic acid0.230 g
    Octadecadienoic acid0.480 g
    Octadecatrienoic acid0.040 g

* Do not forget that DV means Daily Value and its prices are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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