frozen Collards

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frozen Collards Food Facts

Collards, frozen, chopped, unprepared food facts

USDA SR27 Database Food #11163 category vegetable Food Products
Measurement
measure spectrum
Amount: 0.33 package (10 oz) = 95 grams
of COLLARDS,FRZ,CHOPD,UNPREP
Current Multiple = 1
11163
Measurement Choices:
.33 package (10 oz)   1 package (10 oz)
1 package (3 lb)  

Multiply Current Measurement by:
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Calories
nutrient-1
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
31 kcal
 
130 kJ
 
Macronutrients
nutrient-2
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
6.14 g
 
0.35 g
 
2.56 g
 
3.4 g
 
85.05 g
 
0.9 g
 
Macronutrients are elements or substances that are essential in larger amounts to the growth and health of a living organism.
Close Notes
Vitamins
nutrient-3
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
436 mcg
 
8724 IU
 
0.109 mg
 
0 mcg
 
0.048 mg
 
0.105 mg
 
0.609 mg
 
0.105 mg
 
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Vitamins are:
Minerals
nutrient-4
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
191 mg
 
0.05 mg
 
1.02 mg
 
28 mg
 
0.601 mg
 
26 mg
 
1.3 mcg
 
240 mg
 
46 mg
 
0.25 mg
 
NS
 
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Minerals are:
Fat
nutrient-7
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
0.35 g
 
Fat Calories = 2.6 kcals = 8% of total
0.091 g
nmb/Ω6   1.34:1
0.068 g
Ω6/Ω3   0.75:1
Fats and sterols.
Proteins
nutrient-11
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
2.56 g
 
Protein Calories = 8.4 kcals = 27% of total
Nine Indispensable Amino Acids
0.048 g
 
0.159 g
 
0.104 g
 
0.122 g
 
0.09 g
 
0.033 g
 
0.124 g
 
End of Nine
 
 
0.035 g
 
0.026 g
 
0.069 g
 
0.091 g
 
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Proteins are:
Cartenoids
nutrient-13
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Nutrient
Value
Pct Daily RDA
Vitamin A - RAE
436 mcg
 
0 mcg
 
Vitamin A - IU
8724 mcg
 
Cartenoids are:
Footnotes:

This food, briefly described as COLLARDS,FRZ,CHOPD,UNPREP, supplies an extra generous amount of the following vitamins, minerals and nutrients:


Protein is the major structural component of all cells in the body and function as enzymes in membranes as transport carriers and as some hormones. During digestion and absorption, dietary proteins are broken down into amino acids which become building blocks of these fuctional and structural compounds. Histidine is the 1st of 9 essential amino acids Isoleucine is the 2nd of 9 essential amino acids Threonine is the 3rd of 9 essential amino acids Valine is the 4th of 9 essential amino acids Methionine is the 5th of 9 essential amino acids Tyrosine is the 6th of 9 essential amino acids Leucine is the 7th of 9 essential amino acids Lysine is the 8th of 9 essential amino acids Tryptophan is the 9th of 9 essential amino acids Cystine Phenylalanine 18:3 undifferentiated Ω3
Fiber, total dietary Function: Adequate fiber improves laxation. Reduces the risk of coranary heart disease. Helps maintain normal blood glucose levels.
Calcium, Ca, is the essential role in blood clotting, muscle contraction, nerve transmission, bone and tooth formation Iron, Fe, prevents microcitic hypochromic anemia. Magnesium, Mg, is a cofactor for enzyme systems. Manganese, Mn, is involved in formation of bone, as well as enzymes involved in amino acid, cholsterol and carbohydrate metabolism. Potassium, K, maintains cell function. Potassium blunts the rise in blood pressure due to excess sodium intake and decrease recurrence of kidney stones
Vitamin A, RAE is required for normal vision, gene expression, reduction, embryonic development and immune function (Vitamin A, IU) Vitamin B-6 is a coenzyme to metabolize amino acids, glycogen and sphingoid bases. Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid aka Dehydroascorbic Acid is a protective antioxidant. Riboflavin aka Vitamin B-2 is a conenzyme in numerous redux reactions. Folate, total is a coenzyme in the metabolism of nucleic and amino acids. Folate prevents megaloblastic anemia.
Carotene, beta Folate, food Folate, DFE Arginine Alanine Aspartic acid Glycine Proline Serine