Strawberry Calories

Strawberry Calories

Ah, strawberries! We are beginning to wait for her since mid-autumn, what a pity that the harvest season of this berry is so transient. Of course, today you can buy strawberries for the New Year, and for March 8, but her taste is completely different. There is no that sweetness, sourness, dizzy aroma. The benefits of such berries are also extremely small. Therefore, if we talk about the nutritional value of strawberries, its benefits for humans, then only garden, natural, seasonal.

How many calories per 100g of strawberries

Ripe, dark red strawberries are unusually sweet. But what is interesting is that her caloric content is very low - only 40 calories per 100 grams of product. Therefore, strawberry is a berry with a minus calorie content - the body spends more energy on digestion than it receives from eaten. These sweet berries can be eaten in unlimited quantities, without regard to the figure. A strawberry diet shows a stunning result.

Since a completely different strawberry falls on our table, it is reasonable to know how to calculate its proper caloric content.

So:

- strawberries and strawberries fresh in 100 grams 41 kcal

- 1 strawberry 8 grams 3, 3 kcal

- strawberries frozen in 100 grams 35 kcal

Fresh strawberries contain:

- proteins in 100 grams - 0, 8 grams (6 kcal)

- fat per 100 grams - 0, 4 grams (3 kcal)

- carbohydrates in 100 grams - 7, 5 grams (30 kcal) - dietary fiber per 100 grams - 2, 2 gr

- water in 100 grams - 87, 4 gr.

Strawberries contain the following vitamins:

- Vitamin C - 39, 5 mg

- choline - 4, 8 mg

- Vitamin H (biotin) - 4 µg

- vitamin B9 (folic) - 4 µg

- vitamin K (phylloquinone) - 1, 9 mg

- Vitamin A (ER) - 1 µg

- vitamin PP (Niacin equivalent) - 0, 293 mg

- vitamin B5 (pantothenic) - 0, 108 mg

- vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0, 077 mg

- Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 0, 028 mg

- Vitamin E (TE) - 0, 24 mg

- beta carotene - 0, 016 mg

- Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0, 015 mg

Strawberry nutritional value:

- ash 0.4 g

- starch 0.1 g

- mono - and disaccharides 7.4 g

- organic acids 1.3 g

- Nickel (Ni) 2 µg

- cobalt (Co) 4 µg

- vanadium (V) 9 mcg

- boron (B) 185 mcg

- molybdenum (Mo) 10 µg

- fluorine (F) 18 mcg

- chromium (Cr) 2 µg

- manganese (Mn) 0.2 mg

- copper (Cu) 125 mcg

- iodine (I) 1 mcg

- zinc (Zn) 0.097 mg

- iron (Fe) 1.2 mg

- sulfur (S) 12 mg

- chlorine (Cl) 16 mg

- potassium (K) 161 mg

- sodium (Na) 18 mg

- magnesium (Mg) 18 mg

- Calcium (Ca) 40 mg

Strawberries are also rich in substances like salicylates. They are good in that they reduce inflammation in the joints, facilitate the flow of arthritis, sciatica, prevent the development of complications and relapses of the disease. It is enough to eat 1 kg of strawberries per month in order for the body to get the required amount of these substances.

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