How many calories are in Boar's Head Sauerkraut

5Calories

Per Serving

Number of Calories: Based on 2 tbsp serving

  • Calories: 5
  • Fat: 0g
  • Carbs: 1g
  • Protein: 0g

Nutritional Value and Information

  • How many calories are in 1 serving?

    5 calories are in 2 tbsp - it is the same (calorie-wise) to 0.14 oz cooked white corn, 0.19 cups of asparagus (raw), and 0.11 medium red onions (sliced).

    Overall Score

    Low

  • How many carbs are in 1 serving?

    0.33% of your recommended limit per day of carbs will be met by this food/serving size. Having a moderate-high amount of carbs with a carbs/calorie ratio of 80%, it contains the same amount as yogurt, quinoa and naan. Nearly 22 percent of all foods we analyzed have a greater ratio of carbs to calories. Similarly, compared to foods in its food group, this item has a average amount of carbs. In this case, roughly 56% of other foods in this food group have a lower carbs ratio.

    Overall Score

    High

    Alternatives: Olives (Giant Eagle), Stuffed Manzanilla Olives (Pompeian), Dill Pickle Slices (Bob Evans)

  • How much cholesterol are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has a meager degree of cholesterol compared to foods in its food group. In this case, within its own food group, this specific food has less cholesterol than nearly 100 percent of other foods. In the same way, this specific food has less cholesterol than almost 100 percent of all foods we analyzed. This item has the same quantity of cholesterol as foods like popcorn, peas and cereal bars with a cholesterol/calorie ratio of 0%, which is a low amount. For most men and women, 0 mg is 0% of your daily recommended consumption.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Organic Baby Spinach (Trader Joe's), Blackeye Peas (Bush's Best), French Style Green Beans (Great Value)

  • How much fiber are in 1 serving?

    Having a very high quantity of fiber with a fiber/calorie ratio of 20%, it has the same amount as melons, chili and cranberries. Compared to foods in the same food group, this item has a tremendous amount of fiber. In this case, about 95% of other foods in this food group have a lower fiber/calories ratio. In the same way, this food has less fiber than around 5 percent of all foods in our database. For most people, 1 g is 4% of your daily recommended consumption.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Sugar Snap Peas (Eat Smart), Sweet Peas (Green Giant), Butternut Squash (Marketside)

  • How much protein are in 1 serving?

    This food has a trivial amount of protein compared to foods in the same food group. In this case, about 100 percent of foods in this food group have a greater protein percentage. In the same way, merely 0% of all foods in our entire system have a lower protein ratio. 0% of your daily recommended limit will be fulfilled by this specific serving size. Having a low amount of protein with 0 grams per 600 calories, it has the same amt as sodas, chutney and italian dressing.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Asparagus Cut Spears (Kroger), Mushrooms Stems & Pieces (Hy-Vee), Organic Baby Spinach (Earthbound Farm)

  • How much sodium are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has a steep amount of sodium compared to foods in its food group. Here, within its own food group, this specific food has less sodium than about 5% of other foods. Likewise, approximately 5 percent of all foods in our entire database have a greater sodium/calories ratio. With a sodium/calorie ratio of 3600%, this item has a extreme level of sodium (it has the same degree as foods like chowders, radishes and sodas). For most men and women, 180 mg is 7.5% of your daily recommended consumption.

    Overall Score

    Very High

    Alternatives: Cut Green Beans (Pictsweet), Organic Romaine Hearts (Nature's Promise), Kabocha Squash (Frieda's)

  • How much sugars are in 1 serving?

    This specific food has less sugar than approximately 100% of all foods we analyzed. In the same way, compared to foods in the same food group (vegetables), this specific food has a insubstantial degree of sugar. Here, approximately 100% of foods in this food group have a greater ratio of sugar to calories. This specific food has the same quantity of sugar as foods like tortilla chips, french fries and feta cheese with a sugar/calorie ratio of 0%, which is a insubstantial amount. For a healthy individual, 0 grams is 0% of your recommended limit per day of sugar.

    Overall Score

    Low

    Alternatives: Farmer's Market Spinach (Giant Eagle), Collard Greens (Great Value), Mustard Greens - Cooked