How many carbs are in Taylor Farms Iceberg & Romaine Blend

15Calories

Per Serving

Number of Calories: Based on 2 cups serving

  • Calories: 15
  • Fat: 0g
  • Carbs: 3g
  • Protein: 1g

Nutritional Value and Information

  • How many calories are in 1 serving?

    15 calories are in 2 cups - it is equivalent to 0.56 cups of sauerkraut, 1.29 oz peeled baby-cut carrots, and 1.25 oz carrots (raw).

    Overall Score

    Low

  • How many carbs are in 1 serving?

    1% of your DRV (Daily Recommended Value) will be filled by 1 serving. Having a immoderate quantity of carbs with a carbs/calorie ratio of 80%, it contains the same amount as cobbler, sprouted breads and custard. Compared to foods in the same food group, this food has a fair amount of carbs. In this case, about 56 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower ratio of carbs to calories. In the same way, almost 78 percent of all foods we analyzed have a lower ratio of carbs to calories.

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Green Olives (Souper Salad), Leafy Lettuce (Jason's Deli), Dill Pickles (Sliced) (Culver's)

  • How much fiber are in 1 serving?

    Compared to foods in its food group, this specific food has a above average degree of fiber. In this case, approximately 67 percent of other foods in this food group have a lower fiber/calories ratio. Likewise, approximately 5% of all foods in our database have a greater ratio of fiber to calories. For a healthy person, 1 g is 4% of your daily recommended consumption. This specific food has the same degree of fiber as foods like black beans, corn on the cob and carrots at 20 g for every 300 calories, which is a immense amount.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Sugar Snap Peas (Eating Right), Grilled Onions (Sonic), Four Seasons Blend (365)

  • How much protein are in 1 serving?

    This food has a exceptional quantity of protein compared to foods in the same food group (vegetables). Here, within its own food group, this food has less protein than nearly 25 percent of other foods. Similarly, almost 80% of all foods in our database have a lower ratio of protein to calories. For a healthy individual, 1 g is 2% of your recommended limit per day. This food has the same amount of protein as foods like leeks, focaccia and croutons with a protein/calorie ratio of 26.67%, which is a excellent amount.

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Premium Petite Whole Green Beans (Hanover), Spinach Plus Carrots Tender Lettuce Mix (Fresh Express), Broccoli Cuts (Hy-Top)

  • How much saturated fat are in 1 serving?

    About 100 percent of all foods in our database have a greater ratio of saturated fat to calories. In the same way, compared to foods in the same food group, this food has a trivial degree of saturated fat. Here, merely 0% of other foods in this food group have a lower ratio of saturated fat to calories. Having a meager amt of saturated fat at 0 g per 500 calories, it has the same degree as papayas, noodle soup and italian dressing.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Acorn Squash (Melissa's), Quartered Artichoke Hearts (Reese), Salvadoran Salsa (Chimol)

  • How much sodium are in 1 serving?

    This food has less sodium than roughly 72 percent of all foods in our entire database. In the same way, compared to foods in the same food group, this specific food has a considerable amount of sodium. Here, within its own food group, this specific food has less sodium than roughly 71 percent of other foods. 10 milligrams is 0.42% of your recommended limit per day of sodium for a healthy female. Having an average amount of sodium with a sodium/calorie ratio of 66.67%, it is around the same quantity as macaroni, goat milk and baby carrots.

    Overall Score

    Moderate

    Alternatives: Onions - Cooked, Frozen French Cut Green Beans (Birds Eye), Grilled Red and Yellow Peppers (Simply Enjoy)

  • How much sugars are in 1 serving?

    For most men and women, 2 g is 5% of your daily recommended limit of sugar. This specific food has a excessive degree of sugar compared to foods in the same food group (vegetables). Here, about 14 percent of foods in this food group have a greater sugar/calories percentage. In the same way, approximately 15% of all foods in our entire system have a greater sugar/calories percentage. With a sugar/calorie ratio of 53.33%, this specific food has a steep level of sugar (it has the same amount as foods like fudge, soy yogurt and dried fruit).

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Green Beans (Golden Corral), Asparagus Spears (Cub Foods), Manzanilla Olives (Flavorite)