Nutrition Facts - Nutrients And Calories In Vegan Foods

00 Pizza Flour
357 kcal74.4 g1.52 g11.4 g
Acacia Seeds (Wattle Seeds)
283 kcal10.5 g6.1 g20.3 g
Acai Berry Drink
62 kcal12.83 g830 mg830 mg
Acai Powder
535 kcal40 g46.8 g8.48 g
32 kcal7.69 g300 mg400 mg
Acerola Juice
23 kcal4.8 g300 mg400 mg
Acorn Flour
501 kcal54.65 g30.17 g7.49 g
Acorn Squash
40 kcal10.42 g100 mg800 mg
Acorn Squash, cooked
56 kcal14.58 g140 mg1.12 g
387 kcal40.75 g23.86 g6.15 g
Acorns, dried
509 kcal53.66 g31.41 g8.1 g
Adzuki Beans
329 kcal62.9 g530 mg19.87 g
Adzuki Beans, cooked
128 kcal24.77 g100 mg7.52 g
Adzuki Beans, sweetened + canned
237 kcal55.01 g30 mg3.8 g
Agar Agar
160 kcal74.1 g300 mg2.3 g
68 kcal16.23 g150 mg520 mg
Agave Nectar (Agave Syrup)
310 kcal76.37 g450 mg90 mg
Agave, cooked
135 kcal32 g290 mg990 mg
Agave, dried
341 kcal81.98 g690 mg1.71 g
70 kcal10.9 g3.5 g1.2 g
Alfalfa Sprouts
23 kcal2.1 g690 mg3.99 g
Allspice, ground
263 kcal72.12 g8.69 g6.09 g
Almond Butter
614 kcal18.82 g55.5 g20.96 g
Almond Flour
622 kcal16.2 g50.2 g26.2 g
Almond Milk
15 kcal580 mg1.1 g590 mg
Almond Milk With Chocolate Flavor
50 kcal9.38 g1.25 g630 mg
Almond Milk With Vanilla Flavor, sweetened
38 kcal6.59 g1.04 g420 mg
Almond Milk, with Chocolate Flavor + vitamin D2, E
21 kcal1.25 g1.46 g830 mg
Almond Oil
884 kcal0 g100 g0 g
Almond Paste (Marzipan)
478 kcal47.4 g26.5 g11 g
579 kcal21.55 g49.93 g21.15 g
Almonds, blanched
590 kcal18.67 g52.52 g21.4 g
Almonds, roasted + salted
598 kcal21.01 g52.54 g20.96 g
Aloe Vera Juice, with Vitamin C
15 kcal3.75 g0 g0 g
Amaranth Flour
384 kcal68.8 g6.24 g13.2 g
Amaranth Grain
371 kcal65.25 g7.02 g13.56 g
Amaranth Grain, cooked
102 kcal18.69 g1.58 g3.8 g
Amaranth Leaves
23 kcal4.02 g330 mg2.46 g
Amaranth Leaves, cooked
21 kcal4.11 g180 mg2.11 g
Ancho Peppers (Poblano), dried
281 kcal51.42 g8.2 g11.86 g

A nutrition table can be very helpful as it provides detailed information about the nutrient content of a food. You can more easily determine which foods are suitable for your diet and which are not. It can contribute to a balanced diet, limit unhealthy eating habits, and assist in optimizing nutrition.

Our nutrition tables with vegan foods

In our nutrition table, you will find exclusively plant-based or vegan foods. The information in the table is based on 100 g of each food. This allows you to better compare which foods contain more or fewer nutrients. This table includes values for calories, carbohydrates, fat, and proteins. However, you can adjust it more individually with our filter by selecting other nutrients and/or other food groups. This way, you can keep a closer eye on specific nutrients that may be important for your health. Using the filter, you can select vitamins, minerals such as calcium, iron, or zinc, or fiber, for example.

Alternatively, you can use our pre-set nutrition tables:

You can access the nutrient tables through the following links:

Vitamins Minerals
Vitamin A Foods Calcium Foods
Vitamin B1 Foods Potassium Foods
Vitamin B2 Foods Phosphorus Foods
Vitamin B3 Foods Sodium Foods
Vitamin B5 Foods Magnesium Foods
Vitamin B6 Foods Zinc Foods
Vitamin B12 Foods Iron Foods
Vitamin D Foods Iodine Foods
Vitamin E Foods Manganese Foods
Vitamin K Foods Molybdenum Foods
Biotin Foods Copper Foods
Folate Foods Sulfur Foods
Betaine Foods
(vitamin-like substance)
Selenium Foods
Choline Foods
(vitamin-like substance)

However, a healthy diet should not only focus on the intake of specific nutrients but on a balanced combination of foods. A permanent and sustainable dietary change requires a balanced food intake that provides enough energy and nutrients while also being tasty and satisfying. Such a diet can help improve well-being and support the achievement of long-term health goals.

Nutrition table serves as a guide

The nutrient content of foods can vary due to factors such as ripeness, cultivation and production conditions, storage, and processing. For this reason, the nutrition table should only serve as a guide.

Keep in mind that a nutrition table does not cover all aspects of a healthy diet. The table does not indicate whether a food was organically grown or pesticide-free. Additionally, certain foods that may not contain many nutrients can still be healthy if they contain, for example, high amounts of fiber or specific phytochemical compounds.

Nutrition tables as tools for individual dietary planning in sports

Nutrition tables can help athletes align their diet with their specific goals, whether it's increasing strength, improving endurance, or reducing body fat. Strength athletes require a higher protein intake than endurance athletes to promote muscle building and recovery after training. Endurance athletes, on the other hand, may need a higher carbohydrate intake to replenish their glycogen stores and enhance endurance performance.

For athletes, it can be important to monitor their calorie intake and body weight, especially if they want to improve their body composition. A nutrition table can help them adjust their calorie intake to meet their energy requirements. It is important to consume enough calories to support physical activity and maintain performance.

If the goal is to reduce body fat, the nutritional table can also be helpful in achieving a calorie deficit without causing nutrient deficiencies. This way, they can adjust their diet to reach their goals while still consuming sufficient macro- and micronutrients to stay healthy and perform well.

In addition, nutritional tables can assist in meal and snack planning. By using a nutritional table, athletes can quickly and easily identify healthy options that meet their needs and help them achieve their goals.

However, nutritional tables are just one tool to support a healthy diet. Each athlete has different needs and individual goals. A balanced diet should be based on a variety of foods to ensure the intake of all necessary nutrients.

The importance of nutritional tables for weight loss

When it comes to weight loss, controlling calorie intake is crucial. A nutritional table can be a useful aid in analyzing the nutritional values of foods in detail and thus better controlling calorie intake. To lose weight, more calories must be burned than consumed. The energy balance must be negative. Use our calorie chart if you want an overview of the calories in vegan foods.

In addition, you can also utilize our protein chart. Because proteins play a crucial role in supporting fat loss. A protein-rich diet can prolong satiety and reduce appetite. The body requires more energy to digest proteins compared to carbohydrates or fats. This effect is known as the thermic effect of food. It can boost metabolism, thus supporting weight loss.