Calories In Vegetables

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Calories in Vegetables
Calories in Vegetables Definition -  Calories are a measurement solely of energy, not fat. The scientific name is kilocalorie (kCal).

Calories In Vegetables
Eating vegetables which are low calorie can help you to lose weight; particularly if the low calorie diet is combined with exercise. The following calories in vegetables guide will give you a good idea of how many calories are in food and what different varieties of vegetables contain, and enable you to plan your diet by showing you how to count calories. As you will see from the guide, the amount of calories in vegetables can differ significantly depending on the method in which they are cooked. For example, cooking vegetables in oil can add calories to the food item giving the vegetables a high calorie content. Therefore, it is important to choose the healthiest cooking method for vegetables.

Calories In Vegetables: Daily Allowance
Remember to set yourself realistic targets if you are planning a calorie controlled diet. It is not about starving yourself and making yourself feel miserable, it is about being healthy, eating the right foods and feeling good! Vegetables are great for feeling and looking good as they provide the body with essential vitamins and nutrients that give us a healthy boost, help to energize the body and to keep our skin looking great. Vegetables are healthy and we can eat as many vegetables as we like!

The recommended amount of calories that female and male adults require on a daily basis and weekly basis are as follows and can be gained partly from vegetables:

Male Adult 2550 calories per day, 17850 kcals per week
Female Adult 1940 calories per day, 13580 kcals per week

 

Calories In Vegetables: Facts about Vegetables
  • The amount of kcals needed per day for an adult male man is 2550
  • The amount of kcals needed per day for an adult female woman is 1940
  • Calories in Vegetables: known as Kilocalories and kCal
  • The amount of calories in vegetables can vary depending on the cooking method
  • Calories in Vegetables are a measurement of energy, not fat in the vegetables

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Calories In Vegetables A-Z Chart / List

The following vegetables calorie chart provides you with an alphabetical list that is easy to understand. Simply check through the vegetables lists for the relevant food item that you require information about and look for the cooking method that you will be using for your vegetables:
 

A-Z Alphabetical List of Vegetables and Cooking Description Calories per 100 grams
   
Artichoke  
Globe Artichoke Stem, leave and heart boiled 18
Jerusalem Artichoke flesh boiled

41

Asparagus  
Asparagus Boiled 26
Asparagus Canned, Drained 24
Asparagus Green and White Varieties 13
Aubergine  
Aubergine Fried 302
Beetroot  
Beetroot Boiled 46
Broad beans  
Canned Broad Beans 82
Frozen Broad Beans Boiled 81
Shelled Broad Bean 77
Broccoli  
Boiled Broccoli 24
Frozen Broccoli 31
Brussel Sprouts  
Brussel Sprouts Boiled 35
Cauliflower  
Cauliflower Boiled 28
Cauliflower Frozen 26
Celery  
Celery Stem 7
Celery Stem Boiled 8
Corn Calories (Sweetcorn, Maize)  
Boiled Baby Corn on the Cob 24
Corn on the Cob 110
Canned Corn Kernels 122
Frozen Corn Kernels 93
Cucumber  
Cucumber Trimmed 10
Garlic  
Garlic Flesh / Raw sliced 98
Garlic Puree 391
Garlic Paste 134
Leek / Leeks  
Leeks Trimmed 22
Leeks Trimmed, Chopped, Boiled 21
Mushroom / Mushrooms  
Boiled Mushrooms 11
Canned Mushrooms 12
Fried Mushrooms in Oil 157
Dried Shiitake Mushrooms 296
Fresh Shiitake Mushrooms 8
Onions / Onion  
Onion Boiled 17
Onion Red, Caramelized / Caramelised 213
Onion Dried 313
Onion Flesh Only 36
Onion Fried in Oil 164
Onion Picked, Drained 24
Parsnip / Parsnips  
Trimmed, Peeled, Boiled Parsnips 66
Frozen, Roasting Parsnip 139
Frozen, Roasting, Honey Glazed Parsips 165
Pea / Peas  
Boiled Fresh Peas 79
Boiled Frozen Peas 69
Canned Peas 165
Boiled Dried Peas 109
Frozen Petits Pois Peas 49
Canned Petits Pois Peas 60
   

Calories In Vegetables Chart

A-Z Alphabetical List of Vegetables and Cooking Description Calories per 100 grams
Peppers / Pepper Calories  

Green Pepper Raw

15
Red Pepper Raw 32
Yellow Pepper Raw 26
Potatoes / Potato Calories  

Potatoes Roasted in oil

149
Calories Baked Potato with skin 136
Calories Baked Potato without skin 77
Potatoes Peeled and boiled 72
Potatoes Mashed with milk and butter 104
Shallots / Shallot Calories  
Shallots Boiled

19

Spinach Calories  
Spinach Boiled or Frozen

21

Swede Calories  
Swede Boiled

11

Taro Calories  
Taro Raw

112

Tomato / Tomatoes Calories  

Canned Tomatoes

16
Cherry Tomatoes 18
Fried Tomatoes 91
Grilled Tomatoes 20
Tomato Puree 76
Turnip Calories  
Raw Turnip

23

Boiled Turnip

12

Yam Calories  
Yam Flesh

114

Yam Flesh Boiled

133

Zucchini Calories (Courgette Calories)  
Zucchini Raw with Skin

17

   

 

Calories In Vegetables
Vegetables are great for feeling and looking good as they provide the body with essential vitamins and nutrients that give us a healthy boost, help to energize the body and to keep our skin looking great. Vegetables are healthy and we can eat as many vegetables as we like!

The recommended amount of calories that female and male adults require on a daily basis and weekly basis are as follows:

Male Adult 2550 per day, 17850 per week
Female Adult 1940 per day, 13580 per week

 

Health experts and nutritionists believe that a well-balanced diet that includes at least five portions of fruit and vegetables per day will help to considerably improve our lifestyles and ultimately extend our lives

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