Ilama (fruit) - Nutrition

Nutrition

According to analyses made in El Salvador, the food value per 100 g of edible portion of the fruit is as follows:

  • Moisture, 71.5 g
  • Protein, 0.447 g
  • Fat, 0.16 g
  • Fiber, 1.3 g
  • Ash, 1.37 g
  • Calcium, 31.6 mg
  • Phosphorus, 51.7 mg
  • Iron, 0.70 mg
  • Carotene, 0.011 mg
  • Thiamine, 0.235 mg
  • Riboflavin, 0.297 mg
  • Niacin, 2.177 mg
  • Ascorbic Acid, 13.6 mg

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