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 - One serving has a total Calorie count of 6 Calories. This breaks down as 0 Calories from Fat, 1 Calorie from Carbohydrate, and 5 Calories from Protein. See the calorie chart below.
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 - One serving of this food has 2 grams of Carbohydrate. A closer look reveals 0.25 grams of Sugar and 0.25 grams of Fiber. Also, a serving of this size has 1.8 Net Carbs. Net Carbs are calculated by subtracting Fiber and Sugar Alcohols (if known) from the total Carbohydrate amount. This is useful to know if you are counting carbs or living with diabetes.
Protein - At this serving size you'll get 1.25 grams of Protein per serving.
Minerals - This food is not a significant source of Iron, but there are 75 mg of Calcium in one serving. In addition, this serving size contains 1 mg of Sodium.
Vitamins - This food is not a significant source of Vitamin A, but you'll benefit from the Vitamin C. There are 0.75 mg of Vitamin C in each serving.