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Calories, Carbs, and Proteins in Quinces

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size
1 fruit without refuse

Amount Per Serving


% Daily Values*

Total Fat
0.1 g

Saturated Fat
0.01 g

Trans Fat

Polyunsaturated Fat
50 g

Monounsaturated Fat
36 g

Nutrition Summary

Calories: 57
Fat: 0.1 g
Carbs: 15.3 g
Protein: 0.4 g
There are 57 calories in 1 fruit without refuse of Quinces.
Calorie breakdown: 2% fat, 107% carbs, 3% protein.

Calories, carbohydrates, and proteins in quinces

Quinces contains 57 calories for each a 100-gram serving. This same quantity of serving contains 0.4 grams of proteins and 15 grams of carbohydrates. The carbohydrates constitute grams of sugar and 1.9 g of dietary fiber while the rest is complex carbohydrates. The net carbs in quinces is 13.4 grams for every 100 grams serving.

Vitamins and Minerals in Quinces

Vitamins in quinces

Quinces contains 2 mcg of vitamin A, Retinol Activity Equivalents (RAE), as well as 15 mg of vitamin C in 100 grams. The same amount of serving of quinces contains 0.02 mg of thiamin (B1), 0.03 mg riboflavin (B2), 0.2 mg niacin (B3), 0.04 mg of vitamin B6 and 3 mcg of folate (B9). Food folate in 100 grams portion of quinces amounts to 3 mcg while Dietary Folate Equivalents (DFE) is 3 mcg. In a portion of 100 grams of quinces, there is no choline, no carotine beta, no carotenee alpha, no lycopene, and no vitamin K.

Minerals in quinces

There are 11 milligrams of calcium, 0.7 mg of iron, 197 grams of potassium, and 8 micrograms of magnesium in 100 grams of quinces. The same serving of quinces (100 grams) contains 17 milligrams of phosphorus, 4 mg of sodium, 0.04 mg of zinc, 0.6 mcg of selenium, and 0.13 milligrams of copper. There are 83.8 grams of water in a 100 grams serving of quinces.

Cholesterol and fats in quinces

Quinces contains 0 mg of cholesterol, 0.1 grams of fat, and 0.01 grams of saturated fat. It contains 0 mg of Omega 3s and 49 mg of Omega 6s. A serving of 100 grams of quinces contains 36 mg of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) and a total of 50 mg of Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).
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