Nutrition and Energy in Croissants
Dietary Food Nutrients, Vitamins, Minerals and Glycemic Index GI Value of Croissant

Nutritional Value of Croissants

Calories Information - Calories in Croissants - Calories In Food
Diet Nutrition - Nutrition in Fruit & Vegetables - Carbs Nutrition
Protein Nutrition - Dairy Nutrition - Fats Nutrition - Sugar Nutrition


Diet Nutrients, Micronutrients in Croissants

Food Nutrition in Croissants

Made with butter, croissants are a high fat bread snack largely devoid of nutrition. American made croissants may be up to 3 times as large as traditional French croissants and may be very high in calories. A croissant is not a useful addition to any healthy diet, especially for anyone with a weight problem.

Energy in Croissant

A regular American croissant contains about 200-250 calories.

Nutrients in Croissant

Croissants are high in carbohydrate, low in protein and typically high in fat including saturated fat.

Vitamins in Croissant

Croissants contain some Vitamin A and a very small amount of Vitamin B12.

Minerals in Croissant

Croissants are not a useful source of minerals or trace elements.

Glycemic Index (GI) Value For Croissants

Although made with high GI refined flour, croissants tend to have a medium/low GI value due to their high fat content.

Most Nutritious Types of Croissants

The least healthy croissants contain added fat in the form of chocolate, or added sugar in the form of glazings or frosted coatings.

Nutrition in Types of Croissant

Almond Croissant
Apple Croissants
Burger King Croissant
Butter Croissants
Cheese Croissants
Chocolate Croissants
Dunkin' Donuts Croissants
Large Croissant
Petite Croissant
Sara Lee Croissant

Weight Control, Exercise and Nutrition

Some people who want to lose weight make the mistake of focusing exclusively on calorie-intake and counting calories. Although keeping track of energy intake is vital, energy expenditure is also important. So too is diet nutrition, because when we maintain a healthy body and metabolism, we burn calories faster. In short, if you want to lose weight, make sure you eat a healthy diet in order to obtain all your necessary nutrients.

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