The nutritional value of winter squash

Cucurbita maxima is also known as Indian pumpkin, melon, and northern melon. Cucurbitaceae, Cucurbita. An annual herbaceous plant with tender cucumis or seeds for cultivation purposes. Tender melons are suitable for frying, stuffing or forage, and dried seeds can be fried.

The nutrients contained in 100 grams of winter squash are as follows:

Edible 91%, moisture (g) 96.1, energy (kcal) 12, energy (kJ) 50, protein (g) 0.5, carbohydrate (g) 3.1, dietary fiber (g) 0.7, ash (g ) 0.3, vitamin A (microgram) 17, carotene (microgram) 100, thiamine (microgram) 0.04, riboflavin (mg) 0.02, vitamin C (mg) 5, vitamin E (T) (mg) 0.29, a-E0.04, (β-γ)-E0.17, δ-E0.08, calcium (mg) 14, phosphorus (mg) 27, potassium (mg) 96, magnesium (mg) 7, iron (mg) 0.6, zinc (mg) 0.09, copper (mg) 0.03, manganese (mg) 0.05.