Cranberry, low bush or lingenberry, raw (Alaska Native) Minerals

Minerals in Cranberry, low bush or lingenberry, raw (Alaska Native)

Minerals are classified as micronutrients, because you don’t need too much of them, but that doesn’t negate their importance. Your body cannot make minerals, so it’s essential you get them all from your food. Minerals don’t contain calories, so they aren’t a direct source of energy.

The essential minerals present in Cranberry, low bush or lingenberry, raw (Alaska Native) are: Calcium (26 mg), Phosphorus (21 mg) and Iron (0.4 mg).


Nutrition Facts for 100g

Daily values based in a diet 2,000 kcal

Calcium

The most common problem related to calcium metabolism is undoubtedly bone loss from getting too little calcium. But can be problems when intake of this mineral gets too high as well. 100 grams of Cranberry, low bush or lingenberry, raw (Alaska Native) contains 26 milligrams of calcium, that’s the 3% of the daily recommended value for an adult.

26 mg

3%

daily value

Iron

The average man has about 2 grams of iron in this blood cells while women have about 1.6 grams at any given time. If the dietary iron intake falls below daily needs and this storage amount goes down, the ability to tolerate bursts of exercise will deteriorate. 0.4 milligrams of iron can be found on every 100 grams of Cranberry, low bush or lingenberry, raw (Alaska Native), the 2% of the total daily recommended iron intake.

0.4 mg

2%

daily value

Phosphorus

Phosphorus is a mineral that makes up 1% of a person’s total body weight. This mineral is present in every cell of the body. Most of the phosphorus in the body is found in the bones and teeth. In 100 grams of Cranberry, low bush or lingenberry, raw (Alaska Native), you can find 21 milligrams of phosphorus. It provides the 2% of the daily recommended value for the average adult.

21 mg

2%

daily value