What is the nutritional value of pizza?
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Answer . generally they indicate the amount of a particular nutrient that is needed to avoid nutritional diseases.
The nutritional value will depend on the type of curry. The vegetables, spices, oil used will define the nutritional aspect.
Beef heart has very little fat compared to all other cuts, Plus, it's tasty. â¢ A three-ounce serving of lean beef contributes less than 10 percent of calories to a 2,000-calorie diet yet it supplies more than 10 percent of the Daily Value for nine essential nutrients. Based on a 2000-c…alorie diet, just 3 ounces of lean beef provides you with:2,3 Protein-Helps build a strong and muscular body Zinc-Helps create a healthy immune system & heal wounds Phosphorus-Necessary for strong teeth and bones Iron-Helps carry oxygen in the blood to all cells and muscles to prevent fatigue B-Complex Vitamins (including Vitamin B12, Niacin, Vitamin B6 and Riboflavin)-Help release energy from food. (MORE)
"Composition of Semen According to Sandor Gardos, Ph.D, the former About Sexuality Guide, it contains very modest quantities of the following substances... ascorbic acid, blood-group antigens, calcium, chlorine, cholesterol, choline, citric acid, creatine, deoxyribonucleic acid, fructose, glutathio…ne, hyaluronidase, inositol, lactic acid, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, purine, pyrimidine, pyruvic acid, sodium, sorbitol, spermidine, spermine, urea, uric acid, vitamin B12, and zinc." "Seminal fluid... is composed of dozens of chemical components. The base of seminal fluid is primarily fructose (sugar) and proteins, with many other trace minerals and substances. Here's a listing of some of semen's ingredients: Sugars: Fructose, sorbitol, inositol Proteins and amino acids: glutathione, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), creatine Minerals: Phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium Vitamins: Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), vitamin B12, choline Hormones: Testosterone, prostaglandins Body byproducts: Lactic acid, urea, uric acid, nitrogen... Semen is a source of highly concentrated, high-quality protein. In dietary terms, it's comparable to egg whites or gelatin. Besides protein, semen contains high concentrations of some minerals, such as zinc, and trace amounts of other important nutrients, like calcium and magnesium." Don't Spit, Swallow: "The amount of nutritive substance in semen varies as much as 100 percent from sample to sample; the amount of fructose (one of the main sugars found in honey) in semen varies over a range of 400 percent. Finally, the volume of ejaculate itself varies from 3 to 5 cubic centimeters." The Straight Dope: "The chemical composition of ejaculate varies from individual to individual and within the same individual from time to time. Semen is essentially seminal plasma and spermatozoa. Approximately 8 percent of the substance is dry weight. According to the fine print on the label, it contains minute quantities of more than 30 elements such as fructose, ascorbic acid, cholesterol, creatine, citric acid, urea, uric acid, sorbitol, pyruvic acid, glutathione, inositol, lactic acid, nitrogen, B12, various salts and enzymes." (MORE)
Please go to the Web Link to the left and type in broccoli. It will give you a comprehensive analysis of broccoli's nutrients.
well i think it is the valueof nutrition in food. so if you eat lettuce, lettuce has fibre and water in it (majoriy). . so the nutritional value would be higher (fibre and water are good for you!)
Like its cousin the white cabbage it contains vitamin C more betta carotine, and iron.
Almost all candy contains some form of sugar; sugars are simple carbohydrates, which provides a quick burst of energy, often followed by a 'crash'. Some candy bars may contain a small amount of protein (from, for example, peanuts) or calcium (from the milk used in milk chocolate); but these are m…ore than offset by the amount of calorie-dense fats that such bars also contain. Bottom line, eat candy for the enjoyment, or for a short term energy shot. But don't expect to get a lot of nutrition along the way. And if getting (or staying) in shape is important to you, make sure to have candy only in moderation, as a special treat. (MORE)
Despite its high fat and sugar content, chocolate in small quantities is also nutritious. It contains flavonids/phytochemicals and antioxidants, and there is some evidence that very dark chocolate in small quantities is actually good for cardiovascular health. Chcolate also contains vitamin E, iron,… and copper. However, once you start eating too much chocolate the saturated fat in it overrides any other nutritional benefit, and chocolate can contribute to obesity, cholesterol, hardening of the arteries, etc. (MORE)
One cooked 4-inch pork sausage link has 44 calories, 3.7 grams offat and 33 calories from fat. One link also contains 11 milligramsof cholesterol, 0 grams of dietary fiber, and 1 percent of thedaily allowance of iron.
Alsike clover contains about 15 percent crude protein. Forageprotein levels start at 18 percent to 20 percent. Alsike alsoreturns a high rate of nitrogen to the soil and makes an excellentaddition to pasture mixes. Actual nutritional value will varydepending on cutting and grazing schedules. Early c…utting orgrazing usually results in reduced fiber content and increasednutritional value. (MORE)
Pasta provides carbohydrates, especially starch and is low inprotein and fat. Pasta also contains vitamins B1 and B2, as well assome minerals. During cooking some of the nutrients get lost either in the wateror by heat, especially some starch, protein, phosphorous andvitamin B1. Given the differenc…e in amino acid content in the protein fractionof pasta, in particular lysine (an essential amino acid), it isimportant that pasta is consumed together with other foods withdifferent protein properties, to improve the nutritional value ofthe protein. The normal habit of consuming a portion of pastatogether with a wide range of ingredients and/or sauces, enormouslyimproves the overall nutritional value. (MORE)
One hundred grams (7 tablespoons) of honey contains 82 grams of carbohydrates (27% of the daily requirement), no fat and a variety of vitamins and minerals. These include: Potassium, Iron, Manganese, Vitamin B6, and much more. It also is known to help the body absorb both calcium and magnesium.. Vi…tamin and mineral content will vary, depending on the source of honey. (MORE)
The only "nutrient" in Diet Pepsi that is regulated to be measured by the government is the 1% of your daily intake of sodium. So, in Diet Pepsi, no.. The following nutritional information is from the Pepsi website (http://www.pepsiproductfacts.com/infobyproduct.php?brand_fam_id=1051&brand_id=100…0&product=Pepsi&or=pusa.1067): Per 8 fl oz service it has: 100 Calories 0 Total Fat (g) 25 Sodium (mg) 27 Sugars (g) 0 Protein (g) (MORE)
Beetroot is a rich source of carbohydrates, a good source of protein, and has high levels of important vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. It is a good source of dietary fibre, has practically no fat, and no cholesterol. This makes beetroot relatively low in calories (kilojoules).. Raw beetroot …contains 7.0g total sugars, while boiled and pickled beetroot contain 8.8g and 5.6g, respectively. Beetroot is a good source of minerals. Raw, boiled and pickled beetroot contain 66g sodium (Na) and 380g potassium (K), 110g Na and 510 K, and 120 Na and 190 K, respectively. Boiled beetroot is particularly high in potassium. Calcium (Ca) ranges from 19g in pickled to 29g in boiled beetroot, while magnesium (Mg) is lowest in raw beetroot with 11g and is also highest in boiled beetroot with 16g, per 100g of root. Pickled beet has a lower level of phosphorous (P), only 11g, than raw beetroot with 51g and boiled beetroot with 87g per 100g. Iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) are 0.5g and 0.3 g in pickled beetroot, compared to 1.0g and 0.4g in raw and 0.8 and 0.5g in boiled beetroot, respectively. source-. Beetroot (2004) . Stephen Nottingham . Â© Copyright: Stephen Nottingham 2004 . Thankx. Manjot (MORE)
The potato has many nutritional values. Some of this is that apotato has no fat, sodium and is completely cholesterol free.
Yes, as do all foods, but it's not very dense. There aren't very many calories either, so you'd have to eat quite a bit of romaine lettuce to get a sizeable amount of anything. There's nothing wrong with that in and of itself, but if your typical salad consists of romaine and iceberg lettuce with a …smattering of tomatoes and onions, topped with cheese, croutons and dressing, you're going to be eating a "salad" with many times more calories from dressing, cheese and croutons than the vegetables themselves. For the most nutritious salad, avoid the cheese, avoid the croutons, ditch the dressing, and pile on the veggies. Put on spinach instead of lettuce for a more nutritionally dense salad. (MORE)
Tilapia is loaded with nutrients. One serving has 50% of theprotein needed in a day, 30% of Vitamin B12 requirements, and 80%of Selenium needed. Tilapia is also high in Omega-3 fatty acids,which means it is good for the heart and a good fat burner.
Nutritional Highlights . Artichoke (raw), 1 medium Calories: 60 Protein: 4.2g Carbohydrate: 13.4g Total Fat: 0.19g Fiber: 6.9g *Excellent source of: Vitamin C (15mg), and Folate (87mcg) *Good source of: Magnesium (76.8mg), and Potassium (474mg)
There are a lot of wheat and fiber content, so pasta is very good for your body.
Benefits of Pistachios . Eating pistachios renders significant benefits in relation to human health. Pistachio nuts deliver a nutritious array of important nutrients and compounds that support and assist body function.. Serving Suggestions . Add chopped pistachios to yogurt or cream cheese Pistac…hios can be added to muffins, pancakes, or oatmeal Try to consume approximately 30 nuts (18 g) 4 times per week. Unsalted pistachios are an excellent addition to vegan or vegetarian diets, and they have no cholesterol.. Including delicious pistachios into any eating plan may be one of the best things you can do to protect your health. (MORE)
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It depends on the species of animal. The first feces from herbivores like rabbits is quite nutritious. It is already partially digested and rich in enzymes. That is why rabbits eat their own feces and why deer tend to stay near rabbits. Cow manure also has a certain amount of nutrition, and that is …why chickens will peck around in it. Fecal matter from carnivores tend to have very little nutritious value. (MORE)
Carrot Nutrition 52 Calories per serving 0g Fat 0mg Cholesterol 88mg Sodium 12g Total Carbohydrates 4g Dietary Fiber 6g Sugar 1g Protein Vitamin A - 428% Vitamin C - 13% Calcium - 4% Iron - 2% . See Related links for a complete nutritional analysis of carrots. It depen…ds on how they're prepared, but they are a good source of Vitamin A. They're also high in Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and potassium. One serving of carrots is 50 calories. They only contain 0.3 grams of fat. They contain 3.4 grams of dietary fiber. (MORE)
The problem with this question is most dairy companies process the heck out of milk until they kill everything, skim all the vitamin from the cream, and replace it with some acid type vitamin produced in china. It's all chemicals unless you are lucky enough to find a small company that doesn't skim …all the cream and simply homogenize and do a low temp pasturization. The medical Benifits of these products can not be matched. The natural fats sugars and vitamins are easily processed by the body. The dairy monopoly has everyone afraid of 3 percent aka whole milk cause then they wouldn't get the most profitable piece of the milk. More sugar and fat comes from a cookie or a can of coke. Sorry for the writing errors. Wrote this on iphone (MORE)
In my view i think, snake is nutrious as other animals but it depends on how it is treated before cooking and also the spieces used as food. Snake contain a lot of fat, proteins and vitamins. The piosonous ones should be treated well since the pioson when eaten will inhibite some metabolic pathways …in the body and this can lead to death. be careful of what you eat! (MORE)
They usually have lots of sugars, fats, oils, and salts; which can sometimes offer a quick boost in energy. They are not meant to be eaten daily, more for a quick snack until a larger or more nutritious meal is available.
Usually very "good", as Italian food is Mediterranean Diet and it's proved that it's the healthiest diet. Italian food uses fresh products and a lot of vegetables, extra virgin olive oil and it has a good effect on health. Ana Maria da Costa http://www.all-about-italian-food.com
\nAccording to Bacardi's website, one jigger or traditional shot glass (1.5 fl. oz.) is 102 Calories.
no they are not,hamburger contains vegetables as well as meat which better our health but pizza don't
Nutritional value means to find the nutrients in a food eg. lettuce is water and fibre, well the majority of it.
Oils only provide fat and energy, but if oil is fortified it provides nutrients like red palm oil if fortified it provides vitamin A and if it is added to other oils it is called fortification and it increases the nutrient content of other oils or food products too.
The nutritive value of spices is very little. Spices definitelyhave an effect on the body depending on what they are, but theydon't contribute huge amounts of calories or nutrients.
Frozen vegetables typically have the same nutritional value as fresh vegetables. In some cases, frozen vegetables may retain more nutrients since they are frozen at their peak of freshness, whereas fresh vegetables can lose nutrients rapidly if not used immediately.
The extracted juice of black radishes is said to be antiscorbutic and antiallergic. It is used as a sedative for the nerves and a tonic for the respiratory system. It is used to treat the liver, dyspepsia, cholelithiasis, urinary lithiasis, lung conditions (coughs, chronic bronchitis, asthma), whoop…ing cough, rheumatism, arthritis, gout and eczema. (MORE)
It highly depends on the type of flour, but basically, flour is very rich in carbohydrate. Manufacturers may also add some nutrients into the flour to increase its nutritive value, which is why there is 'high-protein flour' or 'enriched flour' in the market.
One serving of the Ensure Nutrition shake contains 190mg of sodium, 390mg of potassium, 40g of carbohydrates, and 9g of protein. For a full list of the ingredients as well as the vitamins and minerals found in Ensure you can visit the official Ensure website.
The Saba banana is native to the Philippines. It is also known asthe Cardaba banana. Some of the nutritional values are comparableto potatoes containing potassium, vitamin C, fiber, B6, and iron.
They are pretty low in calories (about 60-80 per egg), are a good source of protein, and contain a lot of B vitamins, iron, and vitamin D.
Marketed as a healthy food, rice contains only trace amounts of fat and naturally provides protein, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, phosphorous, iron, and potassium. It is also cholesterol free, gluten free, and low in sodium.
Fact: Eggs are a good source of nutrients. One egg contains 6 grams of protein and some healthful unsaturated fats. Eggs are also a good source of choline, which has been linked with preserving memory, and lutein and zeaxanthin, which may protect against vision loss. Fact: Eggs have a lot of ch…olesterol. The average large egg contains 212 milligrams of cholesterol. As foods go, that's quite a bit, rivaled only by single servings of liver, shrimp, and duck meat. (MORE)
Olives are known, and perhaps avoided, for their high fat content. There is not much focus put on the nutrition in olives. It is true, they are a very good source of oleic acid, a nutritious monounsaturated fat, also called omega-9 fatty acid. Seventy five percent of the olive fruit is oleic acid. M…onounsaturated fat is actually required by the body. It is extremely important for proper cellular function, as it is a key component of cell membranes, as well as other parts within the cell, protecting the mitochondria and the cell's DNA. Also, with its oily consistency, oleic acid helps lower blood cholesterol levels. The nutritional value of olives also includes the high vitamin E content. The primary fat-soluble antioxoident, vitamin E works to prevent free radical damage in fatty areas of the body. It neutralizes free radicals which are naturally produced by cells during energy production, before they can affect other cells. Olives also have high amounts of polyphenols and flavonoids, which also act as antioxidants. The combination of strong antioxidants, with the cellular protection of oleic acid, makes this food a powerful degenerative disease preventing fruit. Olives also are good sources of iron, copper, and dietary fiber. One cup provides 25% of the daily recommended amount of iron, 20% of vitamin E, 17% of dietary fiber, and 17% of copper.. (MORE)
Eating fiber every day can only help your body. It definitely cannot hurt you. One of the benefits of eating fiber is that it softens your stool and shortens the time it takes for food to pass through your intestinal tract.
A typical average size plantain fruit after cooking contains 50 - 80grams of carbohydrate, 2 - 3 grams of protein, 4 - 6 grams of fibre and about 0.01 to 0.3grams of fat. Since every gram of carbohydrate equals to 4 calories, one fruit of plantain contains about 4 x 65grams of calories, which comes …to about 260 Calories. (MORE)
One medium orange contains 1.23 grams of protein, 62 calories and 3.1 grams of dietary fiber. Potassium - 237 mg Phosphorus - 18 mg Magnesium - 13 mg Calcium - 52 mg Iron - 0.13 mg Selenium 0.7 mcg Manganese - 0.033 mg Copper - 0.059 mg Zinc - 0.09 mg Also contains small amounts …of other minerals. Vitamin A - 295 IU Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.114 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0.052 mg Niacin - 0.369 mg Folate - 39 mcg Pantothenic Acid - 0.328 mg Vitamin B6 - 0.079 mg Vitamin C - 69.7 mg Vitamin E - 0.24 mg Contains some other vitamins in small amounts. For more facts visit the related links. (MORE)
For 1/4 cup of chopped green onions there is: 10 calories, 2 grams (1% of daily intake) of carbohydrates, 1 gram (4% of daily intake) or dietary fibre, 5 mg sodium, 1 gram sugar, 2% of your daily Vitamin A, and 8% of your daily Vitamin C.
No, snot is a build up inside the nose that is indigestible, so it is actually bad for you. So for those who eat their boogers, you are ruining your digestive system.
One doesn't normally eat cornmeal by itself. An ounce of cornmeal has 2 grams fat, 20 grams carbs, and 3 grams protein. Baked into cornbread and served with butter in a bowl of cooked great northern beans (you may wish to add some Siracha), it makes a delicious meal for a hard-working man. Add ic…e-cold milk or beer - and don't forget to invite the love of your life! (MORE)
It should be sweets.or it could be salt.today I learned about doritos and how much salt and acid there was.from what I learned was that salt was mostly the one with NO nutritional value.Salt can sometimes lower your blood pressure. When eating salsa or fries you should NEVER put anymore salt because… there is already salt.well that's it! (MORE)
Eating fish is an important source of omega-3 fatty acids. . These essential nutrients keep our heart and brain healthy. . Our bodies don't produce omega-3 fatty acids so we must get them through the food we eat. . Omega-3 fatty acids are found in every kind of fish, but are especially high in fa…tty fish. Some good choices are salmon, trout, sardines, herring, canned mackerel, canned light tuna, and oysters. . Omega-3 Fatty Acids: . Help maintain a healthy heart by lowering blood pressure and reducing the risk of sudden death, heart attack, abnormal heart rhythms, and strokes. . Aid healthy brain function and infant development of vision and nerves during pregnancy. . May decrease the risk of depression, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and diabetes. . May prevent inflammation and reduce the risk of arthritis. Refer to link below for more information. . (MORE)