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Paprika nutritional values ​​- that's in the delicious vegetables

Paprika nutritional values ​​- that's in the delicious vegetables

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Peppers are healthy because they contain a lot of vitamins and only a few calories. However, the differently colored peppers also have different nutritional values. Look for yourself.

Green peppers are the healthiest

Peppers come in a wide variety of varieties. Within Germany e.g. usually eat the sweet peppers. You can eat them raw in a salad, steamed, grilled or even fried. And really as much as you want, because peppers are very healthy.

However, what many do not know: the delicious vegetables vary not only in their color, but also in their nutritional values ​​and calories. For example, green peppers have fewer calories than red and yellow peppers. Nevertheless, one thing always applies: a cooked or steamed pepper has the same calorie content as a raw pepper.

It's in green, red and yellow peppers

➤ Green peppers:

The green bell pepper is the unripe fruit that tastes a bit bitter than its colorful relatives. The following nutritional values ​​and calories are contained per 100 grams:

  • 3 grams of carbohydrates
  • 1 gram of protein
  • 0.3 grams of fat
  • 85 kJ / 20 kcal

➤ Yellow peppers:

After the green pepper, the yellow variant follows the maturity level. Since this was allowed to lie in the sun a little longer, the yellow peppers also have slightly different nutritional values ​​per 100 grams:

  • 5 grams of carbohydrates
  • 1 gram of protein
  • 0.5 grams of fat
  • 126 kJ / 30 kcal

➤ Red peppers:

The ripe fruit of the vegetable is red because it was allowed to lie in the sun longest. Accordingly, it also has the highest calorie content per 100 grams:


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