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Compare Nutrients in 100 grams Baked White Potatoes VS Broccoli

Vitamins

in Baked Whole White Potatoes vs Raw Broccoli

% of RDA per 100g of edible product for Men 19-30 years
Vitamin A
0.11%
3.44%
Thiamine
4%
5.9%
Vitamin B2
3.3%
9%
Vitamin B3
9.55%
4%
Vitamin B6
16%
13%
Vitamin B12
0%
0%
Vitamin C
14%
99%
Vitamin D
0%
0%
Vitamin E
0.27%
5.2%
Vitamin K
2.25%
84.7%
Folate
9.5%
15.8%

Lets compare vitamin content per 100 grams of Baked White Potatoes vs Broccoli:
Baked Whole White Potatoes have 2.4 times more Vitamin B3 and 1.2 times more Vitamin B6 than Raw Broccoli. While Raw Broccoli contains 31 times more Vitamin A, 1.5 times more Thiamine, 2.7 times more Vitamin B2, 7.1 times more Vitamin C, 19.5 times more Vitamin E, 37.6 times more Vitamin K and 1.7 times more Folate than Baked Whole White Potatoes.

Minerals

in Baked Whole White Potatoes vs Raw Broccoli

% of RDA per 100g of edible product for Men 19-30 years
Calcium
1%
4.7%
Copper
14%
5.44%
Fluoride
NA
NA
Iron
8%
9.13%
Magnesium
6.75%
5.25%
Manganese
8.2%
9.13%
Phosphorus
10.7%
9.43%
Potassium
11.6%
6.72%
Selenium
0.91%
4.55%
Sodium
0.47%
2.2%
Zinc
3.2%
3.73%

Comparing minerals per 100 grams for Baked White Potatoes vs Broccoli:
Baked Whole White Potatoes have 2.6 times more Copper, 1.3 times more Magnesium and 1.7 times more Potassium than Raw Broccoli. While Raw Broccoli contains 4.7 times more Calcium, 5 times more Selenium and 4.7 times more Sodium than Baked Whole White Potatoes. Both Baked Whole White Potatoes and Raw Broccoli have similar amounts of Iron, Manganese, Phosphorus and Zinc per 100g.

Macro Nutrients

in Baked Whole White Potatoes vs Raw Broccoli

% of RDA per 100g of edible product for Men 19-30 years
Water
2.04%
2.4%
Energy
3.17%
1.17%
Protein
3.75%
5.04%
Carbohydrate
16%
5.1%
Sugars
2.1%
2.34%
Fiber
5.53%
6.84%
Cholesterol
0%
0%
Fat
0.15%
0.38%
Saturated Fat
0.13%
0.36%
Omega 3
0.94%
3.94%
Omega 6
0.29%
0.29%

Comparison of macro-nutrients per 100 grams:
Baked Whole White Potatoes have 2.7 times more Energy and 3.2 times more Carbohydrate than Raw Broccoli. While Raw Broccoli contains 1.3 times more Protein and 4.2 times more Omega 3 than Baked Whole White Potatoes. Both Baked Whole White Potatoes and Raw Broccoli have similar amounts of Water, Sugars and Fiber per 100g.Both Baked Whole White Potatoes as well as Raw Broccoli have insufficient amounts of Fat and Omega 6 in 100g.