Fejhoa - calories, weight

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Also known as (other names): feijoa

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Categories | Fruits

How much calories in fejhoa fruits?

100g of fejhoa has about 55 calories (kcal).

To show you what does it mean, medium size fejhoa (70 g) has about 39 calories.

It is about 2% 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 fejhoa (70 g) is similar to calories amount from 0.5 apples, 0.5 glasses of Coca Cola, 2 of sugar.

For burning such amount of calories you need to bike at least 6 minutes, swim for about 5 minutes or run for 4 minutes.

Calories in fejhoa came from protein in 6%, from carbs in 85% and from fat in 9%.

See also: Nutrition, vitamins and health benefits of fejhoa.

Check compares of fejhoa with other products from fruits category:

fejhoa - calories table

  • Medium size fejhoa (70g)39 kcal
  • 10g of fejhoa6 kcal
  • 20g of fejhoa11 kcal
  • 50g of fejhoa28 kcal
  • 100g of fejhoa55 kcal
  • 200g of fejhoa110 kcal
  • 500g of fejhoa275 kcal

Fejhoa - kalorie i makroskładniki w 100g

Calories 55 kcal
Carbs 13 gram
Protein 0.98 gram
Fat 0.6 gram

How much does a fejhoa weight?

Medium size fejhoa (edible part) weights about.70g.

Does fejhoa cause weight gain? How it affects your diet?

Small number of calories in fejhoa puts this product in the middle of low-calories fruits. If you are on diet and you are looking for low-calorific fruits, fejhoa seems to be a pretty good choice.

This is not many but you can easily find less calorific products. Less calories we can find in such fruits as lemons, watermelons or carambola fruits.

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medium size fejhoa (70 g) has:

39kcal For burning these calories you have to:
Bike 6 min. Bike
Horse ride 7 min. Horse ride
Play tennis 4 min. Tennis
Run 4 min. Run
Swim 5 min. Swim
Marcin Piotrowicz
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Marcin Piotrowicz

calories-info.com creator
Promoter of a healthy eating and living style

This post was based on 2 sources:

  • medansw.com
  • www.diyhealthremedy.com
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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