Protein in Russian Dressing (Fats and Oils) & Comparison, Calculator, Intake need ...

Proteins are large molecules that play an important role in our body. So its often interesting to know how much we can find in something more specific like Russian Dressing.

Note: Learn more about proteins and its importance.

So we can expect 0,69g protein in 1 tbsp (SERVING, sources below).

Is it enough?

How do we know if it's enough? Well, first we need to compare it to the RDA (Recommended Dietary Allowance).

We need 0.8 g of protein per kg of body weight. While I can't tell you here how much you need as an individual (Check my protein calculator), I can estimate a figure based on the average human weight (62kg, according to a league table of the world's 'fattest' nations from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine).

So an average person would need at least 50g of proteins. Taking that into consideration we can tell that 1 serving of Russian Dressing cannot fill your daily needs. In fact, very few can so you will have to ingest more.

Note: This quantity of Russian Dressing represents 1,38% of the minimum recommended daily value.

My Comparison Research

The thing is, while something may carry lots of grams of protein, you may also be forced to ingest lots of it. And protein diets also need to balance calories.

So Russian Dressing ranks #880 in my protein index. This means there are other 879 products that are more protein rich.

Note: I've analysed 941 foods or products in order to create an protein efficiency index. Check my protein comparison post for more details.

Other Russian Dressing Nutrition Facts

Considering 1 tbsp (serving)



Fat (g)


Carbohydrate (g)


Sugars (g)


Fiber (g)


Cholesterol (mg)


Saturated Fats (g)


Want to learn more about other products? Check my Comprehensive Product List.

Video (Protein Classroom)

Are you having trouble understanding the basics of proteins? This quick video will walk you through:
  • What are proteins
  • Functions
  • Amino acids
  • Structure
  • Visual representation

Sources (Links and Reference)

Check my links and reference section for my data sources and credits.


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