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Melon, fresh: Food composition for 100 grams

Melon

What follows is a summary of the nutritional composition of 100 grams of… Melon, fresh Calories, vitamins, minerals, fiber, fat, etc. Energy (kcal) – 33 Energy (kJ) – 140 Water (g) – 90.9 Protein (g) – 0.73 Protein, crude (g) – 0.73 Carbohydrate (g) – 6.57 Fat (g) – 0.2 Sugars (g) – 6.43 Dietary fibres (g) – 0.93 Ash (g) – 0.63 FA saturated (g) – 0.047 FA monounsaturated ...

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Green tea supplements may cause liver damage, warns EU

Green tea supplements

Green tea extracts may cause liver damage, the EU food safety watchdog today announced. The European Food Safety Authority assessed the safety of green tea supplements from dietary sources. Taking more than 800 mg of green tea catechins each day may pose health concerns, according to the body’s review. Officials were unable to confirm a safe dose. (…) The watchdog ...

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Pineapple, fresh (uncanned): Food composition for 100 grams

pineapple

What follows is a summary of the nutritional composition of 100 grams of… Pineapple, fresh (uncanned) Calories, vitamins, minerals, fiber, fat, etc. Energy (kcal) – 53.2 Energy (kJ) – 225 Water (g) – 85.9 Protein (g) – 0.52 Protein, crude (g) – 0.52 Carbohydrate (g) – 11 Fat (g) – 0.24 Sugars (g) – 10.4 Dietary fibres (g) – 1.33 Ash (g) – 0.31 FA saturated (g) – 0.009 FA ...

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Eating grilled or well-done meat, fish tied to high blood pressure risk

Eating grilled or well-done

Eating beef, chicken or fish grilled or well-done is associated with a higher risk of high blood pressure, new research suggests. “Among individuals who consume red meat, chicken, or fish regularly, our findings imply that avoiding the use of open-flame and/or high-temperature cooking methods, including grilling/barbecuing, broiling, and roasting, may help reduce hypertension risk,” Dr. Gang Liu of the Harvard ...

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