Salt - nutrition vitamins and health benefits

Glycemic index, carbohydrates, fiber, protein, fat and other macroelements in salt

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Salt - nutrition, vitamins, minerals

What salt looks like compared to other spices

Compared to other spices, salt is distinguished by the content of fiber, protein, sodium and calcium. It also contains dose of iron, magnesium and phosphorus.

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salt - vitamins per 100g

Energy content of salt

  • 0% CARBS
  • 0% PROTEIN
  • 0% FAT

salt - minerals per 100g

  • Potassium 8 mg
  • Magnessium 1 mg
  • Calcium 24 mg
  • Sodium 38758 mg
  • Iron 0.33 mg
  • Zink 0.1 mg

Salt - nutrition per 100g

How much protein in salt?

0g of protein - salt has no protein in its nutrition content.

How much carbs in salt?

0 g of carbs - salt has no carbs (carbohydrates).

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

Tablespoon of salt weights about 16g.
Teaspoon of salt weights about 6g.

How much dietary fiber in salt?

0 g of dietary fiber - salt has no dietary fiber.

Does salt have gluten?

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

How much vitaminium C does salt have?

0 g of vitaminium C - salt has no vitaminium C.

How much magnessium does salt have?

Salt has 1 mg of magnessium per 100g.
Tablespoon (16 g) has about 0.16 mg of magnessium. It is about 0% of daily magnessium intake for adult person with medium weight and medium activity. ?

Waht is glycemic index of salt?

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

Charts - compare salt with other spices

When you look at charts below you will see how salt looks like in comparsion to other products from its category. When you click on selected product you will se detailed comparsion.

Marcin Piotrowicz
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Marcin Piotrowicz

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Promoter of a healthy eating and living style

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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