Carrots: nutrition facts

Daucus carota subsp. sativus

Carrots are a type of food categorized among vegetables. One portion of Carrots (considering as a portion 1 cup chopped, meaning more or less 128 grams of Carrots) contains around 52 calories.

When compared to other vegetables, Carrots have more caloriess than the average of vegetables, as they contain 41 calories per 100 grams, while other foods like the Carrots have much less calories.

Recipes with Carrots

You can use Carrots as an ingredient for the next recipes:

Carrots as natural remedy

Carrots can be used as a natural remedy to treat the next diseases:

Carrots nutritional facts

1 serving (128 gr.) 100 gr.
Calories52 kcal41 kcal
Lipids0.31 g0.24 g
Saturated Fat0.047 g0.037 g
Polyunsaturated Fat0.150 g0.117 g
Monounsaturated Fat0.018 g0.014 g
Protein1.19 g0.93 g
Carbohydrate12.26 g9.58 g
Sugars6.07 g4.74 g
Fiber3.6 g2.8 g
Cholesterol-- mg-- mg
Calcium42 mg33 mg
Iron0.38 mg0.3 mg
Sodio88 mg69 mg
Potassium410 mg320 mg
Magnesium15 mg12 mg
Phosphorus45 mg35 mg
Zinc0.31 mg0.24 mg
Vitamin A21384 IU16706 IU
Vitamin C7.6 mg5.9 mg
Vitamin D0.0 µg0 µg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)0.084 mg0.066 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)0.074 mg0.058 mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin)1.258 mg0.983 mg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid )0.349 mg0.273 mg
Vitamin B60.177 mg0.138 mg
Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)0.00 µg0 µg
Vitamin E0.84 mg0.66 mg
Vitamin K16.9 µg13.2 µg
Choline11.3 mg8.8 mg
Arginine0.116 g0.091 g
Tyrosine0.055 g0.043 g
Folic Acid24 µg19 µg
Beta Carotene10605 µg8285 µg
Water113.01 g88.29 g
Caffeine0 mg0 mg

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