Tempeh

193 calories in 100 g

Calories in Tempeh
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193 calories in Tempeh, 100 g
100g ≈ 0.220lb ≈ 3.53oz
1.93 calories / gram
5 Weight Watchers points
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Calorie Sources:47% fats; 33% proteins; 20% carbohydrates
Fats:10.80 g (90 calories, 11% by weight)
Carbohydrates:9.39 g (38 calories, 9% by weight)
Proteins:18.54 g (64 calories, 19% by weight)
Alcohol:~
Water:59.65 g (60% by weight)
Fat Composition:42% polyunsaturated; 33% monounsaturated; 25% saturated
Trans Fat :~
Dietary Fiber:~
Cholesterol:~
Caffeine:~
Serving Sizes: 100 g
1 cup
Food Group:Legumes and Legume Products
USDA #:16114
Tags: tempe; tempeh;
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Vitamin A:0 IU
Retinol:~
Retinol Activity Equivalent:~
α-Carotene:~
β-Carotene:~
β-Cryptoxanthin:~
Lycopene:~
Lutein + Zeaxanthin:~
Vitamin B-1:70 mcg
Vitamin B-2:350 mcg
Vitamin B-3:2.64 mg
Vitamin B-5:270 mcg
Vitamin B-6:210 mcg
Vitamin B-9:24 mcg
Food folate:24 mcg
Dietary Folate Equivalent:24 mcg
Folic acid:~
Vitamin B-12:0.08 mcg
Added Vitamin B-12:~
Choline:~
Vitamin C:~
Vitamin D:0
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol):~
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol):~
Vitamin D (D2 + D3):~
Vitamin E:~
Added α-Tocopherol:~
β-Tocopherol:~
δ-Tocopherol:~
γ-Tocopherol:~
Vitamin K:~
Calcium (Ca):0.11 g
Copper (Cu):560 mcg
Fluoride (F):~
Iron (Fe):2.70 mg
Magnesium (Mg):81 mg
Manganese (Mn):1.30 mg
Phosphorus (P):0.27 g
Potassium (K):0.41 g
Selenium (Se):~
Sodium (Na):9 mg
Zinc (Zn):1.14 mg
Cholesterol:~
Phytosterols:~
Campesterol:~
Stigmasterol:~
β-sitosterol:~
Carbohydrates Total:9.39 g
Dietary Fiber:~
Sugars Total:~
Fructose:~
Galactose:~
Glucose/Dextrose:~
Lactose:~
Maltose:~
Sucrose:~
Starch:~
Proteins Total:18.54 g
Essential amino acids
Phenylalanine:0.89 g
Leucine:1.43 g
Methionine:0.17 g
Lysine:0.90 g
Isoleucine:0.88 g
Valine:0.92 g
Threonine:0.79 g
Tryptophan:0.19 g
Histidine:0.46 g
Arginine:1.25 g
Non-essential amino acids
Alanine:0.96 g
Aspartic acid:1.99 g
Betaine:~
Cystine:0.19 g
Glutamic acid:3.29 g
Glycine:0.75 g
Hydroxyproline:~
Proline:1.03 g
Serine:1 g
Tyrosine:0.66 g
Fats Total:10.80 g
Saturated fatty acids:2.22 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids:3 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids:3.82 g
Trans fatty acids:~
Trans-monoenoic:~
Trans-polyenoic:~
Saturated fatty acids
Butanoic/Butyric [4:0]:~
Hexanoic/Caproic [6:0]:~
Octanoic/Caprylic [8:0]:~
Decanoic/Capric [10:0]:~
Dodecanoic/Lauric [12:0]:~
Tridecanoic [13:0]:~
Tetradecanoic/Myristic [14:0]:20 mg
Pentadecanoic [15:0]:~
Hexadecanoic/Palmitic [16:0]:1.50 g
Heptadecanoic/Margaric [17:0]:30 mg
Octadecanoic/Stearic [18:0]:0.60 g
Eicosanoic/Arachidic [20:0]:~
Docosanoic/Behenic [22:0]:0.10 g
Tetracosanoic/Lignoceric [24:0]:~
Monounsaturated fatty acids
Tetradecenoic/Myristoleic [14:1]:~
Pentadecenoic [15:1]:~
Hexadecenoic/Palmitoleic [16:1]:~
[16:1 cis]:~
[16:1 trans]:~
Heptadecenoic [17:1]:50 mg
Octadecenoic/Oleic [18:1]:2.75 g
[18:1 cis]:~
[18:1 trans]:~
Eicosenoic/Gadoleic [20:1]:40 mg
Docosenoic/Erucic [22:1]:~
[22:1 cis]:~
[22:1 trans]:~
Cis-Tetracosenoic/Nervonic [24:1 cis]:~
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
Octadecadienoic/Linoleic [18:2]:3.59 g
[18:2 CLAs]:~
[18:2 i]:~
[18:2 Ω-6 c,c]:~
[18:2 t,~]:~
[18:2 t,t]:~
Octadecatrienoic/Linolenic [18:3]:0.22 g
[18:3 Ω-3 c,c,c]:~
[18:3 Ω-6 c,c,c]:~
[18:3 i]:~
Octadecatetraenoic/Parinaric [18:4]:~
Eicosadienoic [20:2 Ω-6 c,c]:~
Eicosatrienoic [20:3]:~
[20:3 Ω-3]:~
[20:3 Ω-6]:~
Eicosatetraenoic/Arachidonic [20:4]:~
[20:4 Ω-6]:~
Eicosapentaenoic/Timnodonic [20:5 Ω-3]:~
Heneicosapentaenoic (HPA) [21:5]:~
Docosatetraenoic/Adrenic [22:4]:~
Docosapentaenoic/Clupanodonic [22:5 Ω-3]:~
Docosahexaenoic (DHA) [22:6 Ω-3]:~
Ash:1.62 g
Caffeine:~
Theobromine:~
Product Type:Tempeh
Weight Watchers Points:5 point(s)
Atkins Diet (Induction) Rating:8 / 10
Atkins Diet (Maintanence) Rating:9 / 10
Zone Diet Rating:5 / 10
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