Sesame calories and nutrition analyse
Sesame: calories, protein, carbs and fat exact data
How many calories in sesame?
100g of sesame has about 573 calories (kcal).
To show you what does it mean, handful of sesame (35 g) has about 201 calories.
It is about 8% 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 handful of sesame (35 g) is similar to calories amount from ie.:
- 3.5 apples
- 2.5 glasses of Coca Cola
- 2 slices of cheese
- 1.5 slices of bread
- 1.5 glasses of milk
- 10.5 cubes of sugar
To burn this calories you need to bike at least 29 minutes, swim for about 24 minutes or run for 20 minutes.
Calories in sesame came from protein in 12%, from carbs in 15% and from fat in 73%.
See also: Vitamins and health benefits of sesame.
Sesame - calories and nutrition per 100g
How many calories in handfull, tablespoon, glass of sesame seeds?
As I wrote before 100g has 573 calories. It is also easy to count how many calories will be in ie. handfull, tablespoon, glass of sesame.
- Handfull of sesame seeds (35g)201 kcal
- Tablespoon of sesame (15g)86 kcal
- Glass full of sesame (170g)974 kcal
- 10g of sesame57 kcal
- 20g of sesame115 kcal
- 50g of sesame287 kcal
- 100g of sesame573 kcal
- 200g of sesame1146 kcal
- 500g of sesame2865 kcal
How much protein in sesame seeds?
Sesame has 17.73 g protein per 100g.
When you multiplay this value with weight of handful of sesame (35 g) you can see that you will get about 6.2 g of protein.
How much carbs in sesame?
Sesame has 23.45 g carbohydrates per 100g.
In the same way as for protein we can calculate that handful of sesame (35 g) has about 8.2 g of carbs.
How much fat in sesame?
Sesame has 49.67 g fat per 100g.
So it is easy to count that handful of sesame (35 g) has about 17.4 g of fat.
Does sesame make you fat and how it affect your weight?
Count of calories in sesame is in the middle point in comparsion to other products from seeds category. If you are on diet and you are looking for low-calorific seeds, sesame seems to be a 'not bad' choice but you can find something better.