Spinach Calories and Quick Look At Nutrition Facts
Calories in Spinach
20Cal100g 54 Cal270g(1bundle)
Spinach also known as Horenso in Japanese is a yearlong edible plant that has been cultivated since olden times. The first spinach introduced into Japan was of the oriental variety. Later came round leaved spinach of the western variety. These two types of spinach were then used to make hybrid spinach found on the shelves of your nearest grocery store.
The winter months are said to be the best time to eat delicious spinach. Due to its strong alkaline taste, it is often eaten boil used to make Ohitashi dressed with sesame sauce.
When looking to make your spinach last, the best way to preserve for long term storage is to place in the freezer after light boiling. Freezing spinach preserves the nutritional value of spinach. When thawing, avoid exposing to extreme heat defrosting your spinach to preserve vitamin C content.
Spinach is high in vitamin K and folate. There are 510mcg of vitamin K1 in half a cup of cooked spinach, which is 567% the daily value of vitamin K. Because excess consumption of vitamin K may cause liver damage, it is recommended to limit your daily intake of spinach to between 30 and 50 grams of spinach with respect to vitamin K intake.
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Additional Facts for Spinach
Nutrition facts for Spinach (1bundle 270g)
Nutrition info displayed such as percent meal value and PFC balance scales are based on a 1800 calorie diet for women between ages 18 and 29 years old weighing around 112 pounds and daily nutritional requirements.
【Calories and Macronutrient Composition】
（Percent Meal Value）
5.94g (23.76 Cal)
1.08g (9.72 Cal)
8.37g (33.48 Cal)
The calories in Spinach per 270g(1bundle) is 54 calories. Spinach is calculated to be 20Cal per 100 grams making 80Cal equivalent to 400g with 8.37g of mostly carbohydrates、5.94g of protein、1.08g of fat in 270g while being rich in vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin K and Folate.