When you look on self nutrition data which uses usda micro and macro nutrient all animal foods have horrible micro nutrient status(except for liver, brain and kidney). For example, beef tallow has 2 percent for vitamin a and three percent for vitamin d in one tablespoon, that's it. Eggs, only have 20 percent for vitamin b12 per egg and that's the nutrient their listed as highest in . Butter has basically nothing, and yet vegetables are listed as having at least 15 percent for vitamin e per tablespoon. So, are animal fats and foods more nutritious than self nutrition data lists them as?
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