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Nutritional Information

Informacion Nutricional


Nutritional information must include details about the important nutrients contained in specific foods in order to help consumers learn how to choose healthy foods and achieve a balanced diet.

Nutrition table

The following table indicates the daily required amounts of these compounds so they can be compared to the amounts in the dishes:

  Weight Height BMI Kcal/day Proteins g Carbs g Fats g
Man 72 180 22 2.200 60 275 70
Woman 62 170 22 1.900 58 260 63

* Medium build
* Light activity
* Age between 25 and 50. The elderly, children and pregnant women require specific variables.
* The body mass index (BMI) is between 20 and 25 for people of average weight.


The following information is included in the table presented:

Kcal. (per serving). 

A serving is the estimated, average quantity consumed of the food expressed in grams. This figure is used to establish the kilocalories of a serving, in other words, the energy it provides our organism. A man with a medium build and moderate daily activity should consume approximately 2,200 kcal. a day; and a woman with similar characteristics approximately 1,900 kcal. a day.

Carbohydrates (g per serving). 

The main function of these compounds is to provide energy to the body and they should represent 50-55% of the food consumed in a balanced diet.

Proteins (g per serving). 

Compounds that are important for structural, metabolic and regulatory functions in the body. Proteins should represent 12-15% of total energy consumed in a balanced diet, slightly increasing during stages of development and growth, such as infancy or pregnancy. For example, an adult weighing 65 kgs. should consume approximately 65-70 grams of proteins per day, as part of a 2,000-kcal diet.

Fats (g per serving). 

Fats provide energy and have various functions: they are the structural components of cell membranes; they are a vehicle for fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K) and contain essential fatty acids (those the human body cannot produce). These compounds should represent 30-35% of total daily energy intake, taking into account that they should mostly come from vegetable sources, such as olive oil. Fats of animal origin or saturated fats should be kept to a minimum.

Important nutritional characteristic. 

The special nutrient contained in the dish, or of which the food in the dish is a source, is described: fibre, PFA, calcium... The RDA (recommended daily allowance) is also included, expressed in %. This figure is the proportion of the recommended quantity to be consumed on a daily basis of a certain nutrient in order to maintain a healthy, balanced diet that covers fibre, vitamins and mineral needs.