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Tree Fruit - Rambutan

Rambutan, canned, syrup pack  
measured by cup, drained (150 grams)
Values Have Been Multiplied X 1 nutrient factor (1)
x1 x1.5 x2 x2.5 x3 x4 x5 x6

CALORIES (kcal):

123 5.6 pct  (96 %)96 pct   (3 %) 3 pct   (1 %)1 pct
Macronutrients:
Percent Carbohydrates, protein and fats
NUTRIENTVALUEDAILY %NUTRIENTVALUEDAILY %
Carbohydrate (*1)31.31 g24.08 pct Fiber (*2)1.35 g3.56 pct
Total lipid (fat)0.32 g0.36 pct Protein0.98 g1.74 pct

Vitamins:

NUTRIENTVALUEDAILY %NUTRIENTVALUEDAILY %
Vitamin A, IU4.5 IU0.06 pct __Vittamin A, RAE0 mcg_RAE0 pct
Vitamin B-60.03 mg2.3 pct Vitamin B-120 mcg0 pct
Vitamin C (*8)7.35 mg8.16 pct Vitamin D0 IU0 pct
Vitamin D (D2 + D3)0 mcg0 pct Vitamin E (*3)0 mg0 pct
Vitamin K (*8)0 mcg0 pct Folate, total12 mcg3 pct
Thiamin0.02 mg1.62 pct Riboflavin0.03 mg2.54 pct
Pantothenic acid0.03 mg0.02 pct Choline, total0 mg0 pct
Niacin2.03 mg12.68 pct Betaine0 mg0 pct
 

Elements:

NUTRIENTVALUEDAILY %NUTRIENTVALUEDAILY %
Calcium, Ca33 mg3.3 pct Copper, Cu0.1 mg11 pct
Fluoride, F0 mcg0 pct Iron, Fe0.53 mg6.56 pct
Magnesium, Mg10.5 mg2.5 pct Manganese, Mn0.51 mg0.12 pct
Phosphorus, P13.5 mg1.92 pct Selenium, Se0 mcg0 pct
Zinc, Zn0.12 mg1.1 pct Potassium, K63 mg1.34 pct
Sodium, Na16.5 mg1.1 pct
 

Carbohydrates

NUTRIENTVALUENUTRIENTVALUE
Carbohydrate (*1)31.31 g Starch0 g
Sugars, total0 g Fiber (*2)1.35 g
 

Fats and Fatty Acids

NUTRIENTVALUENUTRIENTVALUE
Total lipid (fat)0.32 g 20:5 Omega-3 (EPA)0 g
Trans Fat0 g Saturated Fat0 g
Monounsaturated (*10)0 g Polyunsaturated (*11)0 g
Trans-monoenoic (*12)0 g Trans-polyenoic (*13)0 g
18:3 Omega-3 (ALA)0 g 22:6 Omega-3 (DHA)0 g
 

Cartenoids, Tocopherol, Retinol

NUTRIENTVALUENUTRIENTVALUE
Carotene, beta3 mcg Tocopherol, beta0 mg
Carotene, alpha0 mcg Tocopherol, gamma0 mg
Retinol0 mcg __Tocopherol, delta0 mg
 

Simple and Complex Sugars

NUTRIENTVALUENUTRIENTVALUE
Sucrose0 g Glucose (dextrose)0 g
Fructose0 g Lactose0 g
Maltose0 g Alcohol, ethyl0 g
*1 by difference, *2 total dietary fiber, *3 Vit E (alpha-tocopherol), *4 Vit D2(ergocalciferol), *5 Vit D3(cholecalciferol), *6 Cryptoxanthin beta, *7 , total ascorbic acid, *8 Vit K (phylloquinone), *10 Fatty acids, total monounsaturated, *11 Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated, *12 Fatty acids, total trans-monoenoic, *13 Fatty acids, total trans-polyenoic,

Rambutan

Fruit Trees | Nutritional Values of Fruits

Based On Genesis 1:29, we have grouped fruits here on a slightly different criterea: ...every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed.

The garden of God is not limited to one type of fruit tree. Actually, out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food. Biblical passages reveal that in the paradise of God we can expect to find the fig, date palm, pomegranate, grape, almond, olive, apple, mulberry, apricot, pear, pistachio, carob and all manner of fruit trees.

We consider fruits in this class to be grown on a tree, shrub or vine with perennial woody bark tissue - like Rambutan for example.

"Son of man, how is the wood of the vine better than any wood of a branch which is among the trees of the forest? Can wood be taken from it to make anything, or can men take a peg from it on which to hang any vessel? Ezekiel 15:2-3






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