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What is the nutritional value of peaches?

Michael T. Murray, ND
Naturopathic Medicine
Peaches and nectarines provide good levels of potassium, carotenes, flavonoids, and natural sugars. A 3 1/2-oz (100 g) serving equals one medium peach or nectarine and provides 49 calories, 0.9 g of protein, 0.3 g of fat, and 9.5 g of carbohydrate, with 1.5 g of fiber and 8.4 g of natural sugars (sucrose, glucose, and fructose).
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Peaches are high in vitamin A. Their orangey peachy pigments make them a good source of beta carotene. Peaches contain a good amount of vitamin C but are not particularly high in fiber. They are fat free and contain no fat, sodium or cholesterol. Peaches are the third most popular fruit in the United States. 

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