How Many Calories Are In Broccoli?


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How Many Calories Are In Broccoli?
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 cup
Calories 31 (129kJ)
Amount Per Serving % Daily
Total Fat 0.4g 1%
Saturated Fat <0.1g <0.1%
Trans Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0g 0%
Sodium 30mg 1%
Total Carbohydrate 6g 2%
Dietary Fiber 2.4g 9%
Sugars 1.5g
Protein 2.6g 0%
Calcium 0%
Potassium 287.6mg 0%

 

If there’s one vegetable that’s a must in everyone’s diet, broccoli is it. Broccoli is one of the standard vegetables that most people will find themselves consuming as part of their fat loss diet plan and for good reason – it’s jam packed with healthy nutrients that will not only help you reach your goals, but will also help you promote better health.

Let’s have a quick look at what you can do with this popular vegetable.

Major Nutrients Found In Broccoli

The primary nutrient that broccoli is well known for is its dietary fiber. Eating this on a regular basis can help to increase the regularity of the bowels and will also provide a high satiety level. In addition to that, it’s also a good source of thiamin, niacin, pantothenic acid, calcium, iron, selenium, and vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Folate, Magnesium, and Phoshporus.

As you can see, there’s definitely no shortage of nutrients in this vegetable so when you consume it, you will definitely feel as though you’re doing something right for your health.

Storing/Selecting

When selecting broccoli, you want to look for florets that are full and rather firm to indicate the vegetable is fresh and will cook up properly. If you purchase broccoli on the softer side, you’re going to find that it goes mushy rather quickly when cooked and isn’t very enjoyable to eat raw either.

In addition to that, look for broccoli that is deep green in color with no ‘off’ spots on the top, which could indicate parts of the broccoli going bad.

Eat It With:

Broccoli can be eaten on its own raw with a vegetable dip, steamed and then dressed with spices, placed into a stir-fry, or baked up in any type of casserole dish.

Burn Off Calories In Broccoli

To burn off the number of calories in a cup of broccoli you would have to do:

  • 5 minutes of walking
  • 3 minutes of circuit training
  • 2 minutes of fast running