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Calories, Carbs, and Proteins in Walnuts

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size
1 cup, chopped

Amount Per Serving


% Daily Values*

Total Fat
65.21 g

Saturated Fat
6.126 g

Trans Fat

Polyunsaturated Fat
47174 g

Monounsaturated Fat
8933 g

Nutrition Summary

Calories: 654
Fat: 65.21 g
Carbs: 13.71 g
Protein: 15.23 g
There are 654 calories in 1 cup, chopped of Walnuts.
Calorie breakdown: 90% fat, 8% carbs, 9% protein.

Calories, carbohydrates, and proteins in walnuts

Walnuts contains 654 calories in each a 100-gram serving. A similar quantity of serving contains 15.23 grams of proteins and 13 grams of carbohydrates. The carbohydrates constitute 2.61 grams of sugar and 6.7 g of dietary fiber while the rest is complex carbs. The net carbs in walnuts is 7.01 grams in each 100 grams serving.

Vitamins and Minerals in Walnuts

Vitamins in walnuts

Walnuts has 1 mcg of vitamin A, RAE, as well as 1.3 mg of vitamin C in 100 grams. A serving of 100 grams of walnuts contains 0.341 mg of thiamin (B1), 0.15 mg riboflavin (B2), 1.125 mg niacin (B3), 0.537 mg of vitamin B6 and 98 mcg of folate (B9). The amount of food folate in 100 grams serving of walnuts amounts to 98 mcg while folate DFE is 98 mcg. In a 100g of walnuts, there is 39.2 mg of choline, 12 mcg of carotene beta, 0 mcg of carotene alpha, 0 mcg of lycopene, and 2.7 mcg of vitamin K.

Minerals in walnuts

There are 98 milligrams of calcium, 2.91 milligrams of iron, 441 grams of potassium, and 158 micrograms of magnesium in 100 grams of walnuts. The same serving of walnuts (100 grams) contains 346 milligrams of phosphorus, 2 mg of sodium, 3.09 mg of zinc, 4.9 micrograms of selenium, and 1.586 milligrams of copper. There are 4.07 g of water in a 100 g serving of walnuts.

Cholesterol and fats in walnuts

Walnuts contains 0 mg of cholesterol, 65.21 g of fat, and 6.126 grams of saturated fats. It contains 9080 mg of Omega 3s and 38,093 mg of Omega 6s. A quantity of 100 grams of walnuts has 8,933 mg of monounsaturated fatty acids and a total of 47,174 milligrams of polyunsaturated fatty acids.
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