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Red Peppers Nutritional Value And Analysis

Nutrition Facts

Serving size 100g

Amount per serving

Calories 27

% Daily Value *

Total Fat 0g %0

Saturated Fat 0g %0

Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg %0

Sodium 4mg %0

Total Carbohydrate 6g %2

Dietary Fiber 2g %7

Total Sugars 4g

Protein 1g

Vitamin D 0.0IU %0

Calcium 7.0mg %0

Iron 0.4mg %2

Potassium 211mg %5

Phosphorus 26.0mg %2

* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Vitamins in red peppers

Vitamin B12 0.0µg %0

Vitamin D 0.0IU %0

Choline, total 5.6mg %1

Vitamin K 4.9µg %4

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) 0.1mg %5

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 1.0mg %6

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) 0.3mg %6

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.1mg %7

Vitamin E 1.6mg %11

Vitamin B6 0.3mg %22

Vitamin A 3131.0IU %104

Vitamin C 127.7mg %142

Minerals in red peppers

Selenium 0.1µg %0

Sodium 4.0mg %0

Calcium 7.0mg %1

Zinc 0.3mg %2

Copper 0.0mg %2

Iron 0.4mg %2

Phosphorus 26.0mg %3

Magnesium 12.0mg %3

Manganese 0.1mg %5

Potassium 211.0mg %6

Amino Acids in red peppers

Methionine 0.0g %1

Tyrosine 0.0g %1

Leucine 0.0g %1

Isoleucine 0.0g %1

Valine 0.0g %2

Lysine 0.0g %2

Histidine 0.0g %2

Threonine 0.0g %4

Tryptophan 0.0g %4

Phenylalanine 0.1g %5

Cystine 0.0g %6

Fatty Acids in red peppers

Omega-3 0.00g %0

DHA 0.00g %0

EPA 0.00g %0

DPA 0.00g %0

"~" is missing data | Data Source

Macronutrients ratio

Carbohydrate Quality Score

Carbohydrates are made up of three components: fiber, starch, and sugar. Our score is based on Harvard research and our data analysis.

The Carbohydrate Quality Score of red peppers is 33.3/100 which makes it a excellent quality carbohydrate food.

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Protein Completeness

A protein is called complete when, proportionally to its overall amino-acid content, it has enough of each essential amino acids.

Red Peppers has an incomplete source of protein.

amino acid mg/kg of BW mg/g of protein
Leucine 59 36
Isoleucine 30 21
Valine 39 31
Lysine 45 36
Histidine 15 17
Threonine 23 40
Tryptophan 6 12
Met+Cys 22 25
Phe+Tyr 30 59

Protein Energy Ratio

Improving the protein energy ratio of your diet can be an effective strategy of increasing your diet quality an may potentially lead to weight loss.

The protein energy ratio in red peppers is 1.7 which makes it a low P:E food.

1.7
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Energy density (ED)

Lowering the energy density of your food can be an effective strategy for the prevention and treatment of obesity without focusing on calorie intake.

The energy density of red peppers is 0.3 which makes it a low energy density food.

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How nutritious is this food?

Micronutrients in red peppers as % of Recommended Daily Intake per serving.

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Nutrient Density Score for red peppers is 34/100 good).

The Nutrient Density Score tells you how much of the essential minerals, vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids you get per calorie. It helps you get the nutrients you need without consuming excess energy.

nutrient density score

34%
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Micronutrient Ratios

Advising the ratios of micronutrients in a complete diet maybe more informative than each single nutrient on its own. The table below shows major micronutrient ratios for red peppers

Nutrient Ratio Value Ideal Ratio
Omega6:Omega3 N/A <4
Zinc:Copper 14.71 <12
Potassium:Sodium 52.75 >2
Caclcium:Magnesium 0.58 <2
Iron:Copper 23.53 <15
Calcium:Phosphorus 0.27 >1.3

Satiety Score

Satiety Score is a mathematical prediction of satiety based on macronutrients and micronutrients analysis of 650,000+ days of food logs.

satiety 71%

71%
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This food is insulinogenic with low insulin load.

Our insulinogenic formula determines the degree that food will raise your insulin levels in the short term.

47% of insulinogenic calories

47%
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