How healthy is partridge

Partridge: These vitamins are in it

What vitamins does partridge contain? And what other nutritional values ​​are included? You can read this in our vitamin guide

Vitamins at a glance


Value per 100 g

Vitamin A (retinol equivalent)

33 µg

Vitamin B1 (thiamine)

100 µg

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

150 µg

Niacin (vitamin B3)

5000 µg

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)

900 µg

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)

600 µg

Biotin (vitamin B7)

2 µg

Folic acid (vitamin B9)

8 μg

Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)

0.8 µg

vitamin C


Vitamin D


Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol)

700 µg

Vitamin K


Partridge is an excellent source of the following vitamins

Partridge is rich in Vitamin B6. With an amount of 100 g you can absorb up to 600 µg of the vitamin.

The vitamin is essential for over 100 biochemical metabolic reactions. Among other things, it significantly influences lipid metabolism, the formation of messenger substances in the nervous system and the immune system. A vitamin B6 deficiency can, for example, cause scaly rashes on the face and head as well as inflammation in the mouth. In addition, anemia and numbness of the hands and feet can occur.

The recommended daily dose of 1400 µg is contained in the equivalent of around 233 g of partridge. This vitamin B6 value applies to a healthy adult. Women during pregnancy and breastfeeding need more vitamin B6 - around 1900 µg per day. Because pyridoxine (vitamin B6) is of great importance for the growth of our body.

Due to its sensitivity to light, heat, and drought, 35-40 percent of the vitamin can be lost through leaching.

There are also large amounts of it Vitamin B3 in partridge. An amount of 100 g contains 5000 µg of the vitamin. Vitamin B3 (niacin) plays a special role in the metabolic processes in the body. The vitamin supports biochemical processes that are used to generate energy in the cells. The symptoms of niacin deficiency can vary widely. The feeling of general weakness and skin inflammation may occur. A very pronounced vitamin B3 deficiency can even lead to neurological disorders.

The recommended daily dose is 15,000 µg, which corresponds to an amount of 300 g partridge. These recommendations are aimed at adults and healthy seniors as well as mothers who are breastfeeding. The reference values ​​are also similar for children and adolescents. A higher vitamin B3 value is recommended for pregnant women.

A vitamin B3 loss of around 10 percent can result from leaching in water.

In addition, partridge also contains a significant amount of vitamin B5.

The most important minerals at a glance


Value per 100 g


45 mg


400 mg


36 mg


100 mg


300 mg

That's how many calories there are in partridge


Value per 100 g

Energy (kilocalories)

222 kcal

Energy (kilojoules)

928 kj