plum

Plums are relatively low in calories. But it contains a lot of essential vitamins and minerals. One plum contains the following nutrients:

Calories: 30;
Carbohydrates: 8 grams;
Fiber: 1 gram;
Sugars: 7 grams;
Vitamin A: Equivalent to 5.% of the body’s daily needs;
Vitamin C: equivalent to 10% of the body’s daily requirement;
Vitamin K: Equivalent to 5.% of the body’s daily needs;
Potassium: Equivalent to 3. The body’s daily requirement;
Copper: Equivalent to 2. ٪ Daily body needs;
Manganese: Equivalent to 2. The body’s daily requirement.
In addition to the high amounts, a plum contains small amounts of B vitamins, phosphorus and magnesium.

Nutrients of prunes
Dried plums have more calories than plums in weight. 28 grams of prunes have the following nutritional value:

Calories: 67;
Carbohydrates: 18 grams;
Fiber: 2 grams;
Sugars: 11 grams;
Vitamin A: Equivalent to 4.% of the body’s daily needs;
Vitamin K: Equivalent to 21% of the body’s daily requirement;
Vitamin B2: Equivalent to 3. ٪ Daily body needs;
Vitamin B3: Equivalent to 3. ٪ Daily body needs;
Vitamin B6: Equivalent to 3. ٪ Daily body needs;
Potassium: Equivalent to 6.% of the body’s daily needs;
Copper: Equivalent to 4% of the body’s daily needs;
Manganese: Equivalent to 4% of the body’s daily needs;
Magnesium: Equivalent to 3% of the body’s daily needs;
Phosphorus: Equivalent to 2. The body’s daily requirement.
In general, vitamins and minerals are not much different from prunes and prunes. Prunes have more vitamins than plums and slightly more vitamin B and minerals.

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