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Nutritional information for Coffee brewed (per 1 oz. - 28g serving)

MACRO-NUTRIENTS
NutrientAmount% of RDA
for men
Rating
for men
% of RDA
for women
Rating
for women
Fiber (g)00-0-
Omega 3 (mg)00-0-
Omega 6 (mg)00-0-
MICRO-NUTRIENTS (VITAMINS)
NutrientAmount% of RDA
for men
Rating
for men
% of RDA
for women
Rating
for women
Vitamin A (IU)00-0-
Vitamin C (mg)00-0-
Vitamin E (mg)00-0-
Vitamin K (mcg)00-0-
Thiamin - B1 (mg)00-0-
Riboflavin - B2 (mg)00-0-
Niacin - B3 (mg)1.610-11.4Good
Pantothenic Acid - B5 (mg)00-0-
Vitamin B6 (mg)00-0-
Vitamin B12 (mcg)00-0-
Folate (mcg)00-0-
Choline (mg)00-0-
MICRO-NUTRIENTS (MINERALS)
NutrientAmount% of RDA
for men
Rating
for men
% of RDA
for women
Rating
for women
Calcium (mg)00-0-
Copper (mg)00-0-
Iron (mg)00-0-
Magnesium (mg)245.7-7.5-
Manganese (mg)00-0-
Phosphorus (mg)2.10.2-0.2-
Potassium (mg)34.50.9-1.2-
Selenium (mcg)00-0-
Sodium (mg)00-0-
Zinc (mg)00-0-
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Other nutritional information for Coffee brewed (per 1 oz. - 28g serving)

Other informationAmountRating
Calories (Cal)0.9-
Kilojoules (kJ)3.8-
Glycemic Index (GI)0-
Portion for GL (g)--
Glycemic Load (GL)0-
Energy nutrientsAmount% of Energy
Total Carbs (g)00
Fat (g)0.1100
Protein (g)00
For Table Legend & Data Sources Information click here.

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