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Coconut Nutrition

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Nutrition is the process of obtaining food or nutrients necessary for growth and health. Nutrition </>
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Serving size of Coconut is the amount for which the nutrients present in Coconut are measured. Serving Size
100 g
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Organic compounds that include sugars, starch and cellulose. Carbs are the primary source of energy. Carbs
24.23 g
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8
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Indigestible part of food that is obtained from plants. Fibers contain substances like cellulose, lignin, pectin and is Important for blood sugar control, Heart health, Skin health, weight loss etc. Fiber
9.00 g
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2
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These are soluble, crystalline, sweet-tasting carbohydrates found in living tissues. Sugar
6.23 g
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43
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Proteins are molecules composed of one or more long chains of amino acids and are necessary for proper functioning of body cells. Protein
3.33 g
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2
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Protein to Carb Ratio. Protein to Carb Ratio
0.22
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6
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Vitamins are organic compounds and a source of essential amino acids to the body. Vitamins
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A type of Vitamin needed for vision, healthy skin, mucous membranes, bone and tooth growth and to immune system health. Vitamin A (Retinol)
0.00 mcg
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37
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It is a part of an enzyme needed for energy metabolism and is Important for nerve functioning. Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
0.07 mg
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14
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Part of an enzyme important for normal vision and skin health. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
0.02 mg
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38
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A Vitamin belonging to Vitamin B complex which aids in better blood circulation and energy. Higher amounts of Niacin improves cholesterol levels and lowers cardiovascular risks. Vitamin B3 (Niacin)
0.54 mg
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29
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Part of an enzyme important for nervous system, digestive system, and skin health. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
1.01 mg
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2
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Part of an enzyme needed for protein metabolism and helps in making red blood cells. Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxin)
0.05 mg
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36
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Part of an enzyme needed for making DNA and new cells, especially red blood cells. Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)
20.80 mcg
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14
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An Antioxidant and part of an enzyme needed for protein metabolism. It’s Important for immune system health and aids in iron absorption. Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
3.30 mg
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63
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An Antioxidant and protects cell walls. Vitamin E (Tocopherole)
0.24 mg
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27
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Part of an enzyme needed for proper blood clotting. Vitamin K (Phyllochinone)
0.20 mcg
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34
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A type of carotenoid composed of long chain of eleven conjugated double bonds which prevents heart diseases and certain types of cancers. Lycopene
0.00 mcg
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9
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These are two types of carotenoids which are yellow to red pigments found in fruits and vegetables. Important for antioxidant functions in the body. Lutein+Zeaxanthin
0.00 mcg
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36
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A highly basic compound important in the synthesis and transport of lipids in the body. Choline
12.10 mg
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4
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Fats are group of natural esters of glycerol and various fatty acids. Fat
33.49 g
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28
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Minerals are solid, naturally occurring inorganic substances that are found in fruits. Minerals
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Potassium helps to maintain the proper acid to base ratios in the body and plays an important role in synthesizing proteins from amino acids. Potassium
356.00 mg
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12
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Iron helps our red blood cells for transportation of oxygen to all parts of the body. Regulates cell growth and cell differentiation. Iron
2.43 mg
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4
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Sodium helps nerve and muscle function and maintains the balance of fluids in body. Sodium
20.00 mg
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5
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Helps to maintain healthy teeth and bones. Also necessary for proper functioning of heart, muscles and nerves. Calcium
14.00 mg
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27
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A type of mineral which helps in normal functioning of muscles and nerves. Also helps regulate the heart beat and to keep bones stronger. Magnesium
32.00 mg
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4
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A type of mineral important to increase the immunity of body and is used to make proteins and DNA. Zinc
1.10 mg
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2
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Phosphorus is very important for the formation of bones and teeth. Phosphorus
113.00 mg
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1
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Type of mineral needed for enzyme structure. Helps to maintain healthy bone structure & protects skin against UV light. Manganese
1.50 mg
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2
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Copper is needed for synthesis of hemoglobin and proper Iron metabolism. Copper
0.44 mg
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3
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Being an Antioxidant, selenium plays a key role in the body’s detoxification system. Selenium
10.10 mcg
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2
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They are carboxylic acids which consist of a hydrocarbon chain and a terminal carboxyl group, especially any of those present as esters in fats and oils. Fatty Acids
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Type of fatty acid which lowers the levels of cholesterol and LDL (low-density lipoproteins) in the blood. Omega 3s
0.00 mg
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38
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Type of fatty acid which plays an important role in cell regulation, structure and protection. Omega 6s
366.00 mg
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4
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They are naturally occurring unsaturated steroid alcohols, typically waxy solids. Important for cell signalling and membrane stability. Sterol
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They are plant sterols and stanols that regulate the absorption of cholesterol from the small intestine and lower LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol in humans. Phytosterol
37.60 mg
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2
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Amount of water present in 100 gm of Fruits. Water Content
47.00 g
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72
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Mineral nutrients (like calcium, phosphorous, zinc, iron, etc.) make up ash. It is the ultimate residue of food combustion. Ash
0.97 g
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8
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Coconut Nutrition Facts

Coconut nutrition facts play a vital role in determining its nutritional value. Generally, all fruits are nutritious as they are rich source of essential micro-nutrients and macro-nutrients required for human body. But the nutrient content of some fruits is more than the others which makes them the ideal choice for health diet and other purposes. Keep reading to get the information about Coconut nutrition facts like carbs in Coconut, potassium, vitamins, etc.

Amount of Carbs in Coconut

Amount of Carbs in Coconut play an important role in Coconut nutrition. For a serving size of 100 g, the amount of carbs present in Coconut are 24.23 g.The amount of sugar present in 100 g of Coconut is 6.23 g and this fruit belongs to Tree Fruits. Carbohydrates provide us the energy for our daily activities and also prevent diseases by maintaining the cholesterol level. The fiber content of Coconut is 9.00 g. Fiber doesn't get digested by our body but passes intact through the intestinal tract and helps remove the waste out of our body.

What is the Nutritional Value of Coconut?

What is the Nutritional Value of Coconut? Proper nutrition is essential for maintenance of life, growth and other vital body functions. Talking about Coconut nutrition, the Fat content in Coconut is 33.49 g. Water, the most vital nutrient, is the basis for the body fluids and fresh supplies of water are needed every day. Therefore, including high water content fruits in diet helps will help in maintaining proper health. Coconut water content is 47.00 g. Protein, carbohydrates and fats are mainly considered to calculate Coconut Calories. Nutritional value of this fruit can also be determined by the quantity of Protein present in it. Protein is required as it helps to build and repair tissues of our body. The amount of protein present in Coconut is 3.33 g.

Amount of Potassium in Coconut

Potassium helps in maintaining blood pressure, reduces risk of heart diseases and also aids in normal brain functioning. Amount of Potassium in Coconut is 356.00 mg. Coconut nutrition also includes various other minerals like:

  • Iron - (2.43 mg)
  • Sodium - (20.00 mg)
  • Calcium - (14.00 mg)
  • Magnesium - (32.00 mg)
  • Zinc - (1.10 mg)
  • *Note: The above values of minerals are for 100 g of serving size.

    Amount of Vitamins in Coconut

    Vitamins and minerals are micro-nutrients needed in small amounts whereas carbohydrates, proteins and fats are the macro-nutrients needed in large amounts. Deficiency of these vital nutrients can lead to various types of diseases. The amount of Vitamins in Coconut are as follows:

  • Vitamin A - (0.00 mcg)
  • Vitamin C - (3.30 mg)
  • Vitamin E - (0.24 mg)
  • Vitamin K - (0.20 mcg)
  • Vitamin B9 - (20.80 mcg)
  • Vitamin B1 - (0.07 mg)
  • *Note: The above values are for 100 g of Coconut.