Food Nutrition Chart

Food nutrition values like calories, carbohydrate, fiber, protein, potassium, iron, vitamins in vegetables are tabulated below. The vegetable nutrition chart shows that vegetables are high in most nutrients.

The nutrition chart values are for raw vegetables.

Nutrients
VegetableCalCarb
g
Fib
er
g
Prot-
ein
g
Pota-
ss
ium

mg
Vita-
min
A
Vita-
min
C
Cal-
cium
Iron
% Daily Value
Artichokes, 1 medium601374470425610
Asparagus, 5 spears25422230101522
Beets, 1 medium35821270< 26< 24
Green Capcicum, Green Bell Pepper 1 medium3082121015180< 24
Red capsicum, Red Bell Pepper 1 med30821210140380< 24
Radish, 50 g102< 1< 1-< 220< 2< 2
Bok Choy, 1/2 head5094610602503204520
Broccoli, 3 medium spears255333003014044
Brussels Sprouts, 5 medium409433701513048
Red Cabbage, 200 g501243410< 2190106
Carrot, 1 medium358212802701020
Cauliflower, 1/4 medium head35733400< 215022
Celery, 1 medium stalk1031< 1180< 282< 2
Coriander, Cilantro, 50 g10211260603044
Collard Greens, 100 g30642170806015< 2
Corn, Sweet, 1 large1202745390815< 24
Cucumber, 1 medium45933520103066
Eggplant, 1 medium140331461190101548
Endive1022< 1110< 22< 2< 2
Fennel, 1 medium bulb7017739706451010
Garlic, 2 cloves102< 1< 12< 24< 2< 2
Ginger, 25 g154< 1< 1105< 22< 2< 2
Green Beans, 100 g3064124041042
Horseradish Root, 1 Tablespoon102< 1< 185< 230< 2< 2
Jerusalem Artichoke, 100 g801722430< 26< 220
Kale, 100 g5010234501802001510
Kohlrabi, 100 g25642350< 210022
Leeks, 1 medium501321160< 220610
Lettuce (Boston), 1/2 head10211210151031
Lettuce (Iceberg) 1/2 head45933350102066
Mushrooms (Enoki), 10 medium102< 1< 1115< 26< 2< 2
Mustard Greens, 100 g25533350110120108
Okra, 100 g35832300153584
Onion, 1 medium40921160< 2102< 2
Onion (Brown), 1 medium40921170< 2102< 2
Onion (Red), 1 medium40921170< 2102< 2
Parsley, 1 cup2042233060130820
Parsnip, 100 g801851380< 23044
Potato, 1 medium1002634720< 24526
Pumpkin, 1 cup boiled501232560502048
Rhubarb, 1 cup2562135021510< 2
Savoy Cabbage, 1 cup2042116015352< 2
Scallion (Green onion), 100 g3073228083088
Snow Peas, 100 g408332002100410
Spinach, 100 g20433560130451015
Squash (Butternut), 1 cup cubed, raw6016514902205066
Sweet Potato, 1 medium13033423504403022
Swiss Chard, 100 g204223807050610
Taro (Arbi)204223807050610
Tomato, medium35711360204022
Tomato (Roma), 3 medium409224102560< 24
Turnip, 1 medium35821230< 24542
Turnip Greens, 100 g25632300150100206
Watercress, 1 cup5< 1< 1< 111030254< 2
Zucchini, 1 large45944800205048

Sources:
USDA Nutrient Data Base for Standard Reference, Release 12, 1998.
Pennington J. Bowe's and Church's Food Values of Portions Commonly Used. 16th ed. Lippincott-Raven; 1994.
US Dept of Agriculture: 1988: Publication No. HNIS/PT-103.
US Dept of Agriculture; 1986. Agriculture Handbook No. 8-16.
Various Resources on Internet.







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