Calories In Vegetables

The table below shows the calorie content of different kinds of vegetables per 100 grams (3.5 oz) cooked weight, so remember that you have to approximate your calorie count after cooking. In any type of food It is difficult to accurately determine the calorie content per portion as size differs between individuals and products, so the following numbers are only an estimate that you can use if calculating a your calorie intake.

Vegetables are an absolute nessecity in any diet, and while the carbs and calorie content can be somewhat minimal it is still important to count them in your overally total. This table will also help you choose the best vegetables or your dietary requirements.

How Many Calories In Vegetables

VEGETABLE CALORIES CARBS
Asparagus 26 1.5 g
Aubergine 15 2 g
Calories in Beans Medium -
Beetroot 38 9 g
Broccoli (100g) 32 1 g
1 average Broccoli floret 11g 3 cals -
Brussels Sprouts 40 3.5 g
Cabbage average 24 2.4 g
Carrot 32 5 g
Cauliflower 32 2 g
Celery 8 1 g
Chicory 10 3 g
Courgette 20 2 g
Cucumber 10 1g
Fennel 13 1.5 g
Gherkins 15 2.5 g
Gourd 12 1 g
Leek 22 2.5 g
Lettuce (average) 13 1.5 g
Marrow 10 1.6 g
Mushroom 15 0.5 g
Okra 30 2.5 g
Onion 35 3 g
One average Red Onion 150g 49 cals 2.3 g
Onion Spring 23 2 g
Parsnip 60 10 g
Calories in Peas Medium -
Peppers red average 18 5 g
Potato Calories ( 100g ) low-med 15 g
Pumpkin 12 2 g
Radish 13 2 g
Spinach 23 1 g
One average sprout 10 grams 4 cals -
Sprouts 43 Calories 4 g
Swede 22 2 g
Sweet corn 24 12 g
Tomatoes 18 2.2 g
Tomatoes cherry 17 0.5 g
Turnip 21 2 g
Watercress 21 0.5 g
Yam 110 30 g

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