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Low-fat Creamed Garlic Dressing
Calorie percentages in the legend are calculated based on protein, carbohydrate, and fat contributing roughly 4, 4, and 9 calories per gram, respectively - the most common calorie calculation method accepted by the USDA. These are not exact values and may not match the calories shown.

Detailed Nutritional Analysis

Serving Size: 4 Amount per Serving
Basic Components
Calories 46.5666
Protein 2.13015g
Carbohydrates 4.66537g
Dietary Fiber 0.5g
Soluble Fiber 0.0g
Insoluble Fiber 0.0g
Sugar - Total 3.9003g
Monosaccharides 0.89697g
Disaccharides 0.0g
Other Carbs 0.01508g
Fat - Total 1.87488g
Saturated Fat 0.47583g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.4658g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.3385g
Trans Fatty Acids 0.0g
Cholesterol 3.99142mg
Water 132.033%
Dietary Exchanges
Vegetables 0.5
Meat 0.5
Milk 0.5
Vitamins
Vitamin A IU 1191.67IU
Vitamin - A RE 56.9354mcg
A Carotenoid 125.89mcg
A - Retinol 0.0mcg
A - Beta Carotene 125.89mcg
Thiamin - B1 1.6E-4mg
Riboflavin - B2 0.00448mg
Niacin - B3 0.00125mg
Niacin Equivalent 0.02096mg
Vitamin - B6 0.01419mg
Vitamin - B12 0.00547mcg
Biotin 0.0mcg
Vitamin C 9.3mcg
Vitamin D IU 0.0IU
Vitamin D mcg 0.0mcg
Vit E - Alpha Equivalent 0.04048mg
Vitamin - E IU 0.06032IU
Vitamin E mg 0.0
Folate 0.03906mcg
Vitamin K 2.47203mcg
Pantothenic Acid 0.0mg
Minerals
Boron 0.0mcg
Calcium 77.1492mg
Chromium 0.0mcg
Copper 1.4E-4mg
Fluoride 0.0mg
Iodine 0.0mcg
Iron 0.49185mg
Magnesium 0.0mg
Manganese 0.0mg
Molybdenum 0.0mg
Phosphorus 5.32086 mg
Potassium 17.1746mg
Selenium 1.67046mcg
Sodium 295.786mg
Zinc 0.04992mg
Other Fats
Omega 3 Fatty Acids 0.00133g
Omega 6 Fatty Acids 0.00125g
Other
Alcohol 0.0g
Caffeine 0.0mg


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