Caribou, eye, raw (Alaska Native) Minerals

Minerals in Caribou, eye, raw (Alaska Native)

Minerals are inorganic substances required in small amounts by the body for a variety of different functions. Minerals are involved in the formation of bones and teeth, they are essential constituents of body fluids and tissues, they are components of enzyme systems and they are involved in normal nerve function.

Phosphorus (58 mg), Calcium (19 mg) and Iron (4.7 mg) are some of the minerals present in Caribou, eye, raw (Alaska Native).

Nutrition Facts for 100g

Daily values based in a diet 2,000 kcal


In addition to its widely known role in bone structure, Calcium is used to help nerve function and control muscle. 19 milligrams of calcium can be found on every 100 grams of Caribou, eye, raw (Alaska Native), the 2% of the total daily recommended calcium intake.

19 mg


daily value


All of the tissues in your body need a near constant supply of oxygen to maintain life. The hemoglobin is an iron-containing protein in your blood, which help in the delivery of oxygen. In 100 grams of Caribou, eye, raw (Alaska Native), you can find 4.7 milligrams of iron. It provides the hierro_porcentaje% of the daily recommended value for the average adult.

4.7 mg


daily value


Inadequate intakes of phosphorus results in hypophosphataemia the symptoms of which include anorexia, anaemia, muscle weakness, bone pain, ataxia, confusion and possibly death. Phosphorus is so widespread in the food supply that dietary phosphorus deficiency is extremely rare. 100 grams of contains 58 milligrams of phosphorus, that’s the 6% of the daily recommended value for an adult.

58 mg


daily value