Welcome to the nutritional protein content in 9 different types of prunes, ranging from 3.7 to 0.6 g per 100g. The basic amount from the general description of prunes is Plums, dried (prunes), uncooked which in 100g contains 2.18 g of protein.
As a source of protein, this corresponds to 4 % of the Recommended Daily Allowance or RDA. For this serving in your diet, the amount of Calories is 240 kcal (12% RDA), the amount of Fat is 0.38 g (1% RDA) and the amount of Carbohydrate is 63.88 g (49% RDA).
The protein amounts and nutrition facts for 100g is shown in the bar chart below as percentages of the recommended daily allowance.
For the food Plums, dried (prunes), uncooked the typical serving size is 1 cup, pitted (or 174 g) which contains 3.79 g of Protein. The precentage of the recommended daily value for this serving is 7 %. In terms of the gram weight and total content for this serving the Calories content is 417.6 kcal, the Fat content is 0.66 g and the Carbohydrate content is 111.15 g.
The amount of protein, fat and carbs from this food is measured as a gram weight value although it is also useful to give the calories from these macronutrients. For this serving in your diet here are the macronutrient calories. From protein the number of calories is 12.7 (kcal).The number of calories from Fat is 5.5 (kcal).The total calories from carbohydrate is 400.1 (kcal).
This list of 9 types of prunes, is brought to you by www.dietandfitnesstoday.com and ranges from Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), uncooked through to Babyfood, fruit, prunes with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, junior where all food items are ranked by the content or amount per 100g. The nutritional protein content can be scaled by the amount in grams, oz or typical serving sizes. Simply click on a food item or beverage from the list at the bottom of the page to give a full dietary nutritional breakdown to answer the question how much protein in prunes.
The list below gives the total protein content in the 9 items from the general description 'prunes' each of which show the protein amount as well as Calories, Fat and Carbohydrate. The top 9 food items are shown in the graph below, to give a quick and easy dietary comparison for the different items, where each item is listed at the bottom of the page with a nutritional summary.
The recommended daily allowance for protein is 56g for an average male. This is the RDA used for all nutrition in the listed data. For a typical woman it is 46g. These values are based on 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. It is also recommended that at least 10% of your calories should be from protein with an upper limit of 35% of your calories from protein.
The level of protein can be affected by the method of storage for example canned or frozen and also by the method of preparation for example either raw, cooked or fried. The number of food items classified as canned is 1 item. The highest amount of protein from the 1 canned items is in Prunes, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids where the level is 0.87 g per 100g.
Average Content for prunesThe average (or more correctly the arithmetic mean) amount of protein contained in 100g of prunes, based on the list below of 9 different items under the general description of prunes, is 1.36 g of protein. This average value corresponds to 2.43 % of the recommended dietary allowance (or RDA) in your diet. The averages for the different nutrients are as follows; the average amount of Calories is 140.78 kcal, the average amount of Fat is 0.26 g and the average amount of Carbohydrate is 36.90 g.
Median AmountThe median value of Protein is found in Babyfood, prunes, without vitamin c, strained which in 100g contains 1 g of Protein. This corresponds to 2 % of the recommended daily allowance. For this serving the amount of Calories is 100 kcal, the amount of Fat is 0.2 g and the amount of Carbohydrate is 23.52 g.
Highest protein Content per 100g
Using the list below for the 9 different prunes nutrition entries in our database, the highest amount of protein is found in Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), uncooked which contains 3.7 g of protein per 100g. The associated percentage of RDA is 7 %. For this 100g serving the Calories content is 339 kcal, the Fat content is 0.73 g, the Carbohydrate content is 89.07 g.
The lowest amount of protein is in Babyfood, fruit, prunes with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, junior which in 100g contains 0.6 g of protein. This gives as percentage of the recommended daily allowance 1 % of the RDA. For this 100g serving the amount of Calories is 70 kcal, the amount of Fat is 0.1 g, the amount of Carbohydrate is 18.7 g.
The difference between the highest and lowest values gives a protein range of 3.1 g per 100g. The range for the other nutrients are as follows; 269 kcal for Calories, 0.63 g for Fat, 70.37 g for Carbohydrate.
Highest Amount of protein per Serving
Please remember that the above gives an accurate value in 100g for high protein foods in your diet. For example 100g of Plums, dried (prunes), uncooked contains 2.18 g of protein. However, there are other factors to consider when you are assessing your nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the protein nutritional content.
The food with the highest protein content per typical serving is Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), uncooked which contains 4.88 g in 1 cup (or 132 g). The precentage of the recommended daily value for this serving is 9 %. For this serving the Calories content is 447.48 kcal, the Fat content is 0.96 g and the Carbohydrate content is 117.57 g.
Nutritional Information SummaryFrom the list below you can find a full nutrition facts breakdown for all foods containing protein which can be scaled for different servings and quantities. We have also sorted our complete nutritional information and vitamin database of over 7000 foods, to give a list of foods with a high amount of protein.