mediQuo explains the caloric composition of the 5 most consumed foods in Spain

 

 

 


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Cristina Romagosa, the health advisor and nutritionist of mediQuo, the 24/7 medical chat where to consult directly with physicians and health specialists, states that “the prepared dishes are increasingly present in the shopping cart, since it is estimated that their consumption has increased by 6.5%”

“You have to eat more vegetables! Much care for the sweet! We don’t have to go through meat consumption!” How many times have you heard this kind of nutrition advice from anyone's mouth? We must be aware of the importance of eating healthy foods in the daily diet, as well as exercising. However, many times one is not aware of what he consumes and, above all, of the amounts he should eat, something that should be taken into account when making the purchase.

 

According to the latest food consumption report published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food in June 2018, the distribution of food consumption in Spain is as follows: eggs (1.3%), wine and derivatives (1.5%), oil (1.9%), fish (3.7%), bread (5%), refreshing beverages (6.4%), meat (7.3%), bottled water (10%), vegetables and fresh potatoes (12.3%), fresh fruit (14.4%), milk products It should be noted that other food products (18.8%) supposes the greatest economic expense in making the purchase with a 23.1% of the total price.

In view of these figures, Cristina Romagosa, the health adviser and nutritionist mediQuo, -the 24/7 medical chat where you can consult directly with doctors and health specialists - states that "the prepared dishes are increasingly present in the shopping basketsince it is estimated that its consumption has increased by 6.5%” Romagosa also highlights the “growth of 0.7% of legumes, pasta, rice and eggs. And what do these foods have in common with prepared dishes? All of them. are easy to prepare”.

In this sense, the nutritionist warns that “the problem is that the dishes prepared for immediate consumption have greater input of non-natural substances, that is, those that are used to prepare and preserve the food.” Plus, Romegosa also ensures that “the further the natural product, the more additives we will find. In ketchup for example, sugar content is multiplied by 7 if compared to a natural tomato.”

Taking into account this data, the health adviser and nutritionist mediQuo, talks about the caloric composition and ingredients of some of the most consumed foods in Spain, making a nutritional comparison between prepared dishes and natural products:

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100 grams of tomato provide few calories and many micronutrients. The problem is that, if compared to the tomato sauce, a high sodium content is added.

100g Kcal Grasas(g) Sugar(g) Sodium (mg)

Ketchup 103 0.2 21.7 910 Olla express a presion

 

Packaging tomato sauce 77 5.3 5.8 548

Natural take 19 0.1 3.5 18

Patata
Another food that is not usually missing in the kitchen. It is consumed in all its varieties, but if we remove it from the raw material, a much greater contribution of calories, fats and sodium is ingested.

100g Kcal Grasas (g) Sugar (g) Sodium (mg)

Potato hervida 79 0.1 0.4 4

Oil chips 289 17.1 0 10

Potato chips 538 34.9 0.7 700

Pan
It's definitely one of the most basic foods there is. Its composition should be made of flour, water, yeast and salt. But its processed version includes many other ingredients, such as sugars, vegetable oils and vinegar, as well as various emulsifying additives, preservatives and acidity corrections. So your consumption should be as natural as possible and buy in furnaces where you have your own workman. In addition, the difference between the consumption of white bread and whole bread does not lie in caloric content, as many people may think, but rather duplicates its fiber content and therefore its satiating effect is greater. Another benefit is that it enriches the intestinal microbiota, which is double satisfactory.

Fruit
The benefits of consumption of 3 pieces of fruit per day are more than validated, but at times it is replaced by its equivalents (fruits and derivatives). In the case of jam, it carries a high contribution of added sugars, which can vary up to 20% between brands and others.

100g Kcal Grasas (g) Sugar (G) Sodium (mg)

Brakes 27 0.3 5.5 2

Fruit juice 54 0 13.2 3

Jamal 275 0.1 68 16

Milk
In this group is where you find the largest variety of brands on the market, especially in yogurts. The best thing is to take natural yogurts and sweeten at home, prioritizing healthy choices like fruit.

As far as milk is concerned, many households have opted for vegetable beverages, either for need or for personal preferences. The important thing is to realize that not all are equal and not all are enriched in calcium. Sugar content will also vary by brand, but in general it is higher than in milk.

60% of children who eat milk, the powdered chocolate stain in the morning. It's a habit that'll be rooted. The ideal thing is to avoid the consumption of chocolate powder, but if not avoided in time, remember that the purest the chocolate, the better.

Values per 100ml of product Energy (kcal) Grasa (g) Saturated (g) Sugars (g) Salt (g) Fiber (g) Calcium (mg)

Beverage of soy 30-50 1.7-2 0.3-0.5 2.1-5.7 0.11 0.5-0.8 3-120

oatmeal drink 35-66 0.5-1.5 0-0.2 3.7-.12.7 0.13 0-1 60-120

Almond drink 24-50 1.1-2.2 0.3-0.5 0.8-3.6 0.008 0.4-1.6 60-160

Rice drink​ 47-60 1-12 0.1 5-12.2 0.13 0-0.7 60-120

Coconut drink 30-80 0.9-5 0.2-3.6 0.3-6 0.04 0 16-120

“Take it

Full milk“ 62 3.4 2 4.7 0.12 0 122

Semi-desnated milk•‹ 46 1.6 1 4.6 0.12 0 114

Unborn milk 33 0.2 tr 4.6 0.12 0 112

mediQuo explains the caloric composition of the 5 most consumed foods in Spain

mediQuo explains the caloric composition of the 5 most consumed foods in Spain

Cristina Romagosa, the health advisor and nutritionist of mediQuo, the 24/7 medical chat where to consult directly with physicians and health specialists, stat

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2023-04-11

 

mediQuo explains the caloric composition of the 5 most consumed foods in Spain
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