What are some nutrition facts about bagels?


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One plain, 99-gram bagel enriched with calcium propionate and embellished with onion, poppy and sesame seeds has 33.47 grams of water and 261 kilocalories of energy. It has 10.45 grams of protein, 1.31 grams of total fat and 51.86 grams of carbohydrates. It also has 1.6 grams of total dietary fiber and 8.35 grams of total sugars.

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The 99-gram bagel also has 217 milligrams of calcium, 3.53 milligrams of iron, 29 milligrams of magnesium, 98 milligrams of phosphorus and 106 milligrams of potassium. It has 418 milligrams of sodium and 0.82 milligrams of zinc.

When it comes to vitamins, the bagel has no vitamin C. It has 0.562 milligrams of thiamin, 0.341 milligrams of riboflavin, 4.470 milligrams of niacin, 0.069 milligrams of vitamin B6 and 163 micrograms of folate. These B vitamins support the nervous system. The bagel has no vitamin B12, vitamin A, RAE or vitamin A, IU. It has 7.39 milligrams of vitamin E and no vitamin D. The bagel also has 0.2 micrograms of vitamin K, which is necessary for blood clotting.

The bagel has 0.356 grams of total saturated fatty acids and 0.386 grams of total monounsaturated fatty acids. It has 0.521 grams of total polyunsaturated fatty acids, and 0.021 total trans fatty acids. Despite these fatty acids, the bagel has no cholesterol. It has no caffeine.

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