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Collards, frozen, chopped, unprepared - 1 package (3 lb)

Calories 449.13
Dietary Fiber 49.0
As a general rule of thumb, the Institue of Medicine of the National Academies recommends that children and adults consume 14 grams. of dietary fiber for every 1,000 calories of food eaten. Given the summary dietary fiber and calorie information presented above, there would be about 109.09 grams of dietary fiber per 1,000 calories of Collards, frozen, chopped, unprepared.

So, based on this information, can we consider Collards, frozen, chopped, unprepared to be a high fiber food? The answer is Yes - definitely.


The following table summarizes recommended Fiber intake amounts by age and gender.

Age (years) Average daily
calories
Fiber intake
(grams)
Dietary Fiber - Collards, frozen, chopped, unprepared - 1 package (3 lb) Percent of Daily
Recommended
Fiber Intake
Children
1-3 1,404 19 49.0 g 257.87 %
4-8 1,789 25 49.0 g 195.98 %
Boys and Men
9-13 2,265 31 49.0 g 158.05 %
14-18 2,840 38 49.0 g 128.94 %
19-30 2,818 38 49.0 g 128.94 %
31-50 2,554 38 49.0 g 128.94 %
51-70 2,162 30 49.0 g 163.32 %
70+ 1,821 30 49.0 g 163.32 %
Girls and Women
9-13 1,910 26 49.0 g 188.45 %
14-18 1,901 26 49.0 g 188.45 %
19-30 1,791 25 49.0 g 195.98 %
31-50 1,694 25 49.0 g 195.98 %
51-70 1,536 21 49.0 g 233.31 %
70+ 1,381 21 49.0 g 233.31 %



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