Raw lupins properties


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This page collects information about nutritional facts and other properties of raw lupins in summary. The information on this and other food has been gathered from various sources and may not be totally accurate. Among the data shown in this website you can find information about proteins, vitamins and minerals from raw lupins and other nutrients like fiber, calories or cholesterol.

The proportions of nutrients in raw lupins may vary depending on the type and quantity of food, and other factors that might contribute to the modification of its nutrients. Remember that depending on the preparation, raw lupins may vary their properties and nutritional characteristics.

You can use this information to understand your dietary intake of this food or any other legumes and legume products. This can help you to cook better and healthier recipes including raw lupins, but remember to consult your doctor or nutritionist before beginning any regimen or make drastic changes in your diet.

Properties of raw lupins

In your regular grocery store in the group of lupins you can find raw lupins among other available foods.

Below you can see information about nutritional facts, properties and benefits of raw lupins for your body as well as the amount of each of its major nutrients.

This food belongs to the legumes and legume products group.

This food is abundant in protein. Benefits of eating rich protein foods like raw lupins are well known nowdays. For example, protein in raw lupins provides the groundwork for healthy muscles, blood, cartilage and skin.

Nutritional facts tables of raw lupins

Below is a summary table of key nutrients of raw lupins and a list of links to tables showing details of nutritional facts of raw lupins. They include the main nutrients as well as the proportion of each.

Calories371 kcal.
Fat9.74 g.
Cholesterol0 mg.
Sodium15 mg.
Carbohydrates40.38 g.
Fiber0 g.
Sugar0 g.
Protein36.17 g.
Vitamin A0 μg.Vitamin C4.8 mg.
Vitamin B120 μg.Calcium176 mg.
Iron4.36 mg.Vitamin B32.19 mg.

The quantity of nutrients shown in the previous table, correspond to 100 grams of this kind of lupins.

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