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Comparing Nutrients in 100 grams Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavorVSOranges

Macros Ratio

ProteinsFatsCarbs


Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor
6%
41%
53%
Oranges
7%
2%
91%
100 g ▼

Macro Nutrients

Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavorvsOranges
17%
Energy
1.62%
499 kcalvs47 kcalRecommended Dietary Allowance is 2900kcal per day for Men 19-50 years
23%
Fat
0.12%
22.6 gvs0.12 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 97g per day for Men 19-50 years
13.8%
Protein
1.68%
7.7 gvs0.94 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 56g per day for Men 19-50 years
50%
Carbohydrate
9.08%
65 gvs11.8 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 130g per day for Men 19-50 years
6.66%
Sugars
13%
4.83 gvs9.35 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 72.5g per day for Men 19-50 years
10%
Fiber
6.3%
3.9 gvs2.4 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 38g per day for Men 19-50 years
0%
Cholesterol
0%
0 mgvs0 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 290mg per day for Men 19-50 years
13.6%
Saturated Fat
0.06%
4.34 gvs0.02 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 32g per day for Men 19-50 years
8.13%
Omega 3
0.63%
0.13 gvs0.01 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 1.6g per day for Men 19-50 years
17.6%
Omega 6
0.12%
3 gvs0.02 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 17g per day for Men 19-50 years
0.05%
Water
2.35%
2 gvs86.8 gRecommended Dietary Allowance is 3700g per day for Men 19-50 years

Vitamins

Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavorvsOranges
0.89%
Vitamin A
1.22%
8 μgvs11 μgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 900μg per day for Men 19-50 years
18%
Thiamine
7.5%
0.22 mgvs0.09 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 1.2mg per day for Men 19-50 years
24%
Vitamin B2
3.08%
0.31 mgvs0.04 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 1.3mg per day for Men 19-50 years
20%
Vitamin B3
1.75%
3.18 mgvs0.28 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 16mg per day for Men 19-50 years
11.5%
Vitamin B6
4.6%
0.15 mgvs0.06 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 1.3mg per day for Men 19-50 years
0%
Vitamin B12
0%
0 μgvs0 μgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 2.4μg per day for Men 19-50 years
2%
Vitamin C
59%
1.8 mgvs53 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 90mg per day for Men 19-50 years
0%
Vitamin D
0%
0 IUvs0 IURecommended Dietary Allowance is 600IU per day for Men 19-50 years
18%
Vitamin E
1.2%
2.7 mgvs0.18 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 15mg per day for Men 19-50 years
4.25%
Vitamin K
0%
5.1 μgvs0 μgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 120μg per day for Men 19-50 years
27.5%
Folate
7.5%
110 μgvs30 μgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 400μg per day for Men 19-50 years

Minerals

Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavorvsOranges
2.9%
Calcium
4%
29 mgvs40 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 1000mg per day for Men 19-50 years
13%
Copper
5.56%
0.12 mgvs0.05 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 0.9mg per day for Men 19-50 years
46.5%
Iron
1.25%
3.72 mgvs0.1 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 8mg per day for Men 19-50 years
6.67%
Magnesium
2.4%
28 mgvs10 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 420mg per day for Men 19-50 years
8.7%
Manganese
1.3%
0.2 mgvs0.03 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 2.3mg per day for Men 19-50 years
10%
Phosphorus
2%
72 mgvs14 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 700mg per day for Men 19-50 years
4.2%
Potassium
5.32%
143 mgvs181 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 3400mg per day for Men 19-50 years
19%
Selenium
0.91%
10.6 μgvs0.5 μgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 55μg per day for Men 19-50 years
63%
Sodium
0%
950 mgvs0 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 1500mg per day for Men 19-50 years
3%
Zinc
0.64%
0.33 mgvs0.07 mgRecommended Dietary Allowance is 11mg per day for Men 19-50 years

Lets compare vitamin content per 100 grams of Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor vs Oranges:
Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor have 2.4 times more Thiamine, 7.8 times more Vitamin B2, 11.4 times more Vitamin B3, 2.5 times more Vitamin B6, 15 times more Vitamin E and 3.7 times more Folate than Raw Oranges. While Raw Oranges contain 1.4 times more Vitamin A and 29.4 times more Vitamin C than Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor.

Comparing minerals per 100 grams for Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor vs Oranges:
Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor have 2.4 times more Copper, 37.2 times more Iron, 2.8 times more Magnesium, 6.7 times more Manganese, 5.1 times more Phosphorus, 21.2 times more Selenium and 4.7 times more Zinc than Raw Oranges. While Raw Oranges contain 1.4 times more Calcium and 1.3 times more Potassium than Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor.

Comparison of macro-nutrients per 100 grams:
Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor have 10.6 times more Energy, 188.3 times more Fat, 8.2 times more Protein, 5.5 times more Carbohydrate, 1.6 times more Fiber, 217 times more Saturated Fat, 13 times more Omega 3 and 150 times more Omega 6 than Raw Oranges. While Raw Oranges contain 1.9 times more Sugars and 43.4 times more Water than Snacks, corn-based, extruded, onion-flavor.




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