Grapefruit Nutrition Facts

An average half grapefruit has 13 grams of carbohydrates. Natural sugar (8.5g) accounts for the majority of the

carbohydrates. Additionally, a half grapefruit has 2 grams of fiber. Grapefruit has nearly no fat. About 0.2g

of fat is present in one half of a medium grapefruit. In one-half of a grapefruit, there is less than one gram

of protein. A single serving of grapefruit contains about 64% of your daily requirements in vitamin C,

making it an excellent source of the vitamin. It also contains 28% of your daily recommended intake of beta carotene,

which the body converts to vitamin A. Minerals including potassium, calcium, and magnesium are present in grapefruit in trace levels.

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