Cabbage - calories, weight, nutrition Check glycemic index, dietary fiber and carbs

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Cabbage - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition

How much calories in cabbages?

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 16.5 apples, 11 glasses of Coca Cola, 8.5 slices of cheese, 8 slices of bread, 7 glasses of milk, 46 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 cabbage calories table.

Check compares of cabbage with other products from vegetables category:

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.

Many products form vegetables have similar number of calories. To give you an ideal lest take carrots, cassavas or cauliflowers.

Cabbage - nutrition per 100g

Calories 25 kcal
Carbs 5.8 gram
Dietary fiber 2.5 gram
Fat 0.1 gram
Protein 1.3 gram

cabbage - calories table

  • Medium size cabbage (3500g)875 kcal
  • 10g of cabbage3 kcal
  • 20g of cabbage5 kcal
  • 50g of cabbage13 kcal
  • 100g of cabbage25 kcal
  • 200g of cabbage50 kcal
  • 500g of cabbage125 kcal

cabbage - vitamins per 100g

  • Vitaminium A 98 IU
  • Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine) 0.061 mg
  • Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin) 0.04 mg
  • Vitaminium B3 (Niacin) 0.234 mg
  • Vitaminium B5 0.212 mg
  • Vitaminium B6 0.124 mg
  • Vitaminium B9 (Folic acid) 53 mcg
  • Vitaminium C 36.6 mg
  • Vitaminium K 76 mg

Energy content of cabbage

  • 79% CARBS
  • 18% PROTEIN
  • 3% FAT

cabbage - minerals per 100g

  • Potassium 170 mg
  • Phosphorus 26 mg
  • Magnessium 12 mg
  • Calcium 40 mg
  • Sodium 18 mg
  • Iron 0.47 mg
  • Zink 0.18 mg
  • Beta karoten 42 mg

medium size cabbage (3500 g) has:

875kcal For burning these calories you have to:
Bike 125 min. Bike
Horse ride 161 min. Horse ride
Play tennis 85 min. Tennis
Run 88 min. Run
Swim 103 min. Swim

How much protein in cabbages?

Cabbage has 1.3 g protein per 100g.
Medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 45.5 g of protein.

How much carbs in cabbage?

Cabbage has 5.8 g carbs (carbohydrates) per 100g.
Medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 203 g of carbs.

How much does a cabbage weight? (what is weight of cabbage)

Medium size cabbage (edible part) weights about.3500g.

How much dietary fiber in cabbage?

Cabbage has about 2.5 g dietary fiber per 100g.
Medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 87.5 g of dietary fiber. It is about 292% of daily dietary fiber intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity. ?

Does cabbage have gluten?

Cabbage has no gluten. It seems safe people sensitive to gluten or with diagnosed celiac disease.

How much vitaminium C does cabbage have?

Cabbage has 36.6 mg of vitaminium C per 100g.
Medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 1281 mg of vitaminium C. It is about 641% of daily vitaminium C intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity. ?

How much magnessium does cabbage have?

Cabbage has 12 mg of magnessium per 100g.
Medium size cabbage (3500 g) has about 420 mg of magnessium. It is about 105% of daily magnessium intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity. ?

Waht is glycemic index of cabbage?

We are looking for confirmed information about glycemic index of cabbage. Come back to us in a few days.

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All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.

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