Veal vs Beef: All Nutritional Differences

Where is more calories, protein, carbs - what is more healthy?

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Veal - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition
Beef - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition

Veal vs beef - where is more calories?

At first glance, you can see that in veal is more calories than in beef.

Veal has 172 kcal per 100g and beef 250 kcal per 100g so it is pretty easy to calculate that the difference is about 45 %.

Additionally, it is also easy to notice that most of the calories in veal cames from protein and in beef from fat.

veal or beef - where is more nutrients?

Veal vs beef nutrition, vitamins and minerals

per 100gVealBeef
Calories172 250
Fat7.56 g15.41 g
Protein24.38 g25.93 g
Water66.76 g57.98 g
Calcium17 mg18 mg
Iron0.99 mg2.6 mg
Magnessium24 mg21 mg
Phosphorus1.2 mg1.2 mg
Potassium337 mg318 mg
Sodium83 mg72 mg
Zink1.2 mg1.2 mg
Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine)0.07 mg0.046 mg
Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin)0.27 mg0.176 mg
Vitaminium B3 (Niacin)8.03 mg5.378 mg
Vitaminium B60.39 mg0.382 mg
Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid)0.011 mg0.009 mg
Vitaminium E0.15 mg0.12 mg
Vitaminium K0.001 mg0.001 mg

Protein

It is aslo easy to see see that in veal is less protein than in beef.

There is 25.93g per 100g of beef and 24.38g per 100g of veal so using simple math we can see that difference is about 6 %.

Carbs

There is the same amount of carbohydrates in veal and beef - 0g/100g.

Fats

In veal is less fats than in beef.

The tables above show us that there is 15.41g/100g of fats in beef and 7.56g/100g in veal. In this case difference is about 104 %.

See tables below to compare veal with beef in details.

Veal

172kcal
  • Calories172
  • Fat7.56 g
  • Protein24.38 g
  • Water66.76 g
Veal calories per:
100g | ounce | standard serving size

Calories source

  • 0% CARBS.
  • 59% PROTEIN
  • 41% FAT

Beef

250kcal
  • Calories250
  • Fat15.41 g
  • Protein25.93 g
  • Water57.98 g
Beef calories per:
100g | ounce | cup | half cup | neck | shoulder | shank | tail

Calories source

  • 0% CARBS
  • 43% PROTEIN
  • 57% FAT

Vitamins: beef vs veal

  • Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine): veal 52% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin): veal 53% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B3 (Niacin): veal 49% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B6: veal 2% more than beef
  • Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid): veal 22% more than beef
  • Vitaminium E: veal 25% more than beef
  • Vitaminium K: beef 0% more than veal

Minerals: veal vs beef

Marcin Piotrowicz
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Marcin Piotrowicz

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Healthy eating and living style promoter

All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.

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