Cabbage calories and nutrition analyse
Cabbage: calories, protein, carbs and fat exact data
How many calories in cabbage?
100g of cabbage has about 25 calories (kcal).
To illustrate, medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 875 calories.
It is about 36% of daily calories intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity (for calculation we assumed 2400 kcal daily intake).
To visualize how much it actualy is, take in mind that calories amount from medium size cabbage (3500 g) is similar to calories amount from ie.:
- 16.5 apples
- 11 glasses of Coca Cola
- 8.5 slices of cheese
- 8 slices of bread
- 7 glasses of milk
- 46 cubes of sugar
For burning such amount of calories you need to bike at least 125 minutes, swim for about 103 minutes or run for 88 minutes.
Calories in cabbage came from protein in 18%, from carbs in 79% and from fat in 3%.
See also: Vitamins and health benefits of cabbage.
Cabbage - calories and nutrition per 100g
How many calories in 1, 2, 3 or 5 cabbages?
As I wrote before medium size cabbage (3500 g) has 875 calories. It is easy to count that two cabbages have about 1750 calories and three cabbages have about 2625 calories. In table below you can also see calories amount for four and five cabbages.
- Medium size cabbage (3500g)875 kcal
- Two cabbages1750 kcal
- Three cabbages2625 kcal
- Four cabbages3500 kcal
- Five cabbages4375 kcal
How much protein in cabbages?
Cabbage has 1.3 g protein per 100g.
When you multiplay this value with weight of medium size cabbage (3500 g) you can see that you will get about 45.5 g of protein.
How much carbs in cabbage?
Cabbage has 5.8 g carbohydrates per 100g.
In the same way as for protein we can calculate that medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 203 g of carbs.
How much fat in cabbage?
Cabbage has 0.1 g fat per 100g.
So it is easy to count that medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 3.5 g of fat.
Does cabbage cause weight gain? How it affects your diet?
Similar to other products number of calories in cabbage puts it in the avarage of vegetables. If you are on diet and you are looking for low-calorific vegetables, cabbage seems to be a 'not bad' choice but you can find something better.