Prune Nutrition Facts
Prunes are a natural laxative (they can prevent constipation) and are known to decrease the risk of colon cancer and hemorrhoids.
The prune is:
- Low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium
- High in Vitamin A and Vitamin B6
The nutritional value and health benefits of prunes make them suitable for:
- Weight gain
- Maintaining optimum health
Avoid including too many prunes in your diet if you're interested in:
- Weight loss*
* Eating a small amount of prunes can be beneficial when trying to lose weight but, because most of their calories come from sugar, try not to go overboard.
|Preparation||Serving Size||Carbs||Fiber (g)||Fat (g)||Energy (kj)|
|Dried Prunes||5 (38g)||16.5||3||0||295|
|Stewed Prunes (with sugar)||150g||29.5||3||0||500|
|Stewed Prunes (without sugar)||150g||18.5||3.5||0||330|