Honey – calorie content and chemical composition

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Introduction

When choosing food foods in a store and the product’s appearance, it is necessary to pay attention to information about the manufacturer, the composition of the product, nutritional value, and other data indicated on the packaging, which is also important for the consumer.

 

Reading the product’s composition on the packaging, you can learn a lot about what we eat.

Proper nutrition is constant work on yourself. If you really want to eat only healthy food, it will take not only willpower but also knowledge – at the very least, you should learn how to read labels and understand the meanings.

Composition and calorie content

Nutritional valueContent(per 100 grams)
Calorie328 kcal
Proteins0.8 g
Fats0 g
Carbohydrates80.3 g
Water17.4 g
Fiber0 g
Organic acids1.2 g
The glycemic index80
Caloric 1 teaspoon: 30 kcal 1 tablespoon: 98 calories

Vitamins:

VitaminsChemical nameContent in 100 gramsThe percentage of the daily requirement
Vitamin Aretinol equivalent0 mcg0%
Vitamin B1thiamine0.01 mg1%
Vitamin B2Riboflavin0.03 mg2%
Vitamin Cascorbic acid0 mg0%
Vitamin Etocopherol0 mg0%
Vitamin B3 (PP)Niacin0.4 mg2%
Vitamin B5Pantothenic acid0.13 mg3%
Vitamin B6pyridoxine0.1 mg5%
Vitamin B9folic acid15 µg4%

Mineral content:

MineralsContent in 100 gramsThe percentage of the daily requirement
Potassium36 mg1%
Calcium14 mg1%
Magnesium3 mg1%
Phosphorus18 mg2%
Sodium10 mg1%
Iron0.8 mg6%
Iodine2 mg1%
Zinc0.09 mg1%
Copper60 mcg6%
Sulfur1 mg0%
Fluoride100 mcg3%
Manganese0.03 mg2%

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Conclusion

Thus, the product’s usefulness depends on its classification and your need for additional ingredients and components. To not get lost in the limitless world of labeling, do not forget that our diet should be based on fresh and unprocessed foods such as vegetables, fruits, herbs, berries, cereals, legumes, and composition, which does not need to be learned. So add more fresh food to your diet.

 

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