About The Charts and Nutrition Facts
- For accuracy, the calorie chart and fat chart are based on the biggest serving size available.
- These nutrition facts came directly from the USDA or manufacturer/restaurant.
- If you're using a calorie counter, remember that Fat, Carbs, and Protein calories are just close estimations based on the Atwater factors:
Fat: 9 cal/g Carb: 4 cal/g Protein: 4 cal/g
- Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Please remember this when using this information to make healthy food choices for your diet.
Calories - At this serving size there are 100 Calories per serving. A closer look shows: 0 Calories from Fat, 4 Calories from Protein, and 100 Calories from Carbohydrate. If you're keeping track, a good calorie counter can make this easy -- see the software below.
*Fat/Carb/Pro calories based on the Atwater (9/4/4) calculations.
Fat - This food has zero grams of Fat, which means there is also no Trans Fat in this food, making it a healthy food choice if you're on a low-fat diet.
Cholesterol - This is one of the healthy foods if you're watching your Cholesterol intake. There are 0 mg of Cholesterol.
Carbohydrates - Total Carb count for one serving: 25 grams. Sugar: 21 grams, Fiber: 1 gram, and Net Carbs: 24 grams (helpful to know if you're counting carbs).
Protein - At this serving size you'll get 1 gram of Protein per serving.
Minerals - In one serving there are 20 mg of Calcium, but it is not a significant source of Iron. In addition, this serving size contains 10 mg of Sodium.
Vitamins - This food should not be considered a significant way to get Vitamin A or Vitamin C.