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How do different high-protein foods compare on a food chart?

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Some high-protein foods on the How Much Protein food chart are cheese, soy beans and venison. Soy beans have the highest level of protein at 35.9 grams of protein per 100-gram portion (approximately 3 ounces), while cheese has the second highest, at 30.9 grams of protein.

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The meats with the highest level of protein on the chart are venison with 30.21 grams, lobster with 26.41 grams and tuna fish steak at 25.6 grams. Some other high-protein foods are beef fillet steak with 20.9 grams of protein, chicken breast with 23.5 grams of protein and eggs with 12.5 grams of protein.

The other metrics on the chart are carbohydrates, fat and calories. The food listed with the most calories per 100-gram portion is almonds at 614 calories. Sunflower seeds are the next highest-calorie food at 600 calories, followed by peanut butter, which has 586 calories.

The food listed with the lowest calories is spinach with 24 calories. The food listed with the most fat is almonds with 55.8 grams, while the food with the least fat is oranges at 0.1 grams. The food listed with the highest level of carbohydrates is brown rice at 74 grams, while a number of foods were listed at zero grams, including turkey breast, beef and cod fish.

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