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Vegetarian stew

123 calories in 100 g

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Total Calories:123 calories in 100 g
Serving Weight:100g ≈ 0.220lb ≈ 3.53oz
Caloric Density:1.23 calories / gram
Weight Watchers Counter:2 Weight Watchers points
 
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Calorie Sources:55% proteins; 23% carbohydrates; 22% fats
Fats:3 g (27 calories, 3% by weight)
Carbohydrates:7 g (28 calories, 7% by weight)
Proteins:17 g (68 calories, 17% by weight)
Alcohol:~
Water:70 g (70% by weight)
Fat Composition:57% polyunsaturated; 26% monounsaturated; 17% saturated
Trans Fat :~
Dietary Fiber:1.10 g (1% by weight)
Cholesterol:~
Caffeine:~
Serving Sizes: 100 g
1 cup
Food Group:Legumes and Legume Products
USDA #:43136
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Vitamin A:938 IU
Retinol:~
Retinol Activity Equivalent:47 mcg
α-Carotene:~
β-Carotene:563 mcg
β-Cryptoxanthin:~
Lycopene:~
Lutein + Zeaxanthin:~
Vitamin B-1:700 mcg
Vitamin B-2:600 mcg
Vitamin B-3:12 mg
Vitamin B-5:~
Vitamin B-6:1.10 mg
Vitamin B-9:103 mcg
Food folate:103 mcg
Dietary Folate Equivalent:103 mcg
Folic acid:~
Vitamin B-12:2.20 mcg
Added Vitamin B-12:2.20 mcg
Choline:59.80 mg
Vitamin C:~
Vitamin D:0
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol):~
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol):~
Vitamin D (D2 + D3):~
Vitamin E:490 mcg
Added α-Tocopherol:~
β-Tocopherol:~
δ-Tocopherol:~
γ-Tocopherol:~
Vitamin K:1.30 mcg
Calcium (Ca):31 mg
Copper (Cu):640 mcg
Fluoride (F):~
Iron (Fe):1.30 mg
Magnesium (Mg):0.13 g
Manganese (Mn):~
Phosphorus (P):0.22 g
Potassium (K):0.12 g
Selenium (Se):0.50 mcg
Sodium (Na):0.40 g
Zinc (Zn):1.10 mg
Cholesterol:~
Phytosterols:~
Campesterol:~
Stigmasterol:~
β-sitosterol:~
Carbohydrates Total:7 g
Dietary Fiber:1.10 g
Sugars Total:1.25 g
Fructose:~
Galactose:~
Glucose/Dextrose:~
Lactose:~
Maltose:~
Sucrose:~
Starch:~
Proteins Total:17 g
Essential amino acids
Phenylalanine:~
Leucine:~
Methionine:~
Lysine:~
Isoleucine:~
Valine:~
Threonine:~
Tryptophan:~
Histidine:~
Arginine:~
Non-essential amino acids
Alanine:~
Aspartic acid:~
Betaine:~
Cystine:~
Glutamic acid:~
Glycine:~
Hydroxyproline:~
Proline:~
Serine:~
Tyrosine:~
Fats Total:3 g
Saturated fatty acids:0.47 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids:0.72 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids:1.55 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]:20 mg
Tridecanoic [13:0]:~
Tetradecanoic/Myristic [14:0]:10 mg
Pentadecanoic [15:0]:~
Hexadecanoic/Palmitic [16:0]:0.30 g
Heptadecanoic/Margaric [17:0]:~
Octadecanoic/Stearic [18:0]:0.12 g
Eicosanoic/Arachidic [20:0]:~
Docosanoic/Behenic [22:0]:~
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]:~
Octadecenoic/Oleic [18:1]:0.72 g
[18:1 cis]:~
[18:1 trans]:~
Eicosenoic/Gadoleic [20:1]:~
Docosenoic/Erucic [22:1]:~
[22:1 cis]:~
[22:1 trans]:~
Cis-Tetracosenoic/Nervonic [24:1 cis]:~
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
Octadecadienoic/Linoleic [18:2]:1.38 g
[18:2 CLAs]:~
[18:2 i]:~
[18:2 Ω-6 c,c]:~
[18:2 t,~]:~
[18:2 t,t]:~
Octadecatrienoic/Linolenic [18:3]:0.17 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:3 g
Caffeine:~
Theobromine:~
Product Type:Vegetarian
Weight Watchers Points:2 point(s)
Atkins Diet (Induction) Rating:5 / 10
Atkins Diet (Maintanence) Rating:5 / 10
Zone Diet Rating:3 / 10
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Did you know?...The proteins in cow's milk are huge, fit for an animal that will one day weigh in over 500 lbs. The proteins in humans, sheep, and goats, are very short, which is why babies (the infirm, and arthritics) will often thrive on goat's milk, and raw goat's milk also is loaded with the enzymes that enable the metabolizing of the calcium.
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