Breadfruit contains a good amount of calories. 100 grams of breadfruit contains around 103 calories. Consuming 100 grams of breadfruit gives 5.15% of the recommended daily intake of calories for women and 4.12% of the recommended daily intake of calories for men. A small fruit weighing around 96 grams offers 99 calories while one cup of breadfruit weighing around 220 grams gives approximately 227 calories.
Apart from the calorie content breadfruit also contains a good amount of carbohydrates, sugar and water content. 100 grams of Breadfruit contains around 70.65 of water content, 27.12 grams of carbohydrates and 11 grams of sugar. Breadfruit also has 4.9 grams of fiber, 1.07 grams of proteins and 0.93 grams of Ash. The Total lipid (fat) in 100 grams of breadfruit is 0.23 grams. The content of polyunsaturated fatty acids is 0.066 grams, monounsaturated fatty acids are 0.034 grams and saturated fatty acids are 0.048 grams. Leucine content in an equal quantity of breadfruit is 0.065 grams, Isileucine is 0.065 grams, Threonine is 0.052 grams, Valine is 0.047 grams, Lysine content is 0.037 grams, Phenylalnine is 0.026 grams, tyrosine is 0.019 grams, Methionine is 0.01 grams and Cystine content is 0.009 grams. It has 103 K cal Energy.
Breadfruit has various other micronutrients which are there in a comparatively low quantity. For instance 100 grams of breadfruit has 22 mcg of Lutein and Zeaxanthin, 14 mcg of Folate and an equal amount of Folate food. It contains 0.6 mcg of Selenium, 0.5 mcg of Vitamin K, 490 mg of Potassium, 30 mg of Phosphorus, 29 mg of Vitamin C, 25 mg of Magnesium, 17 mg of Calcium, 9.8 mg of Choline, 2 mg of Sodium, 0.9 mg of Niacin, 0.54 mg of Iron, 0.457 mg of Pantothenic acid, 0.12 mg of Zinc, 0.11 mg of Thiamin, 0.1 mg of Vitamin E, 0.1 mg of Vitamin B6 and 0.084 mg of copper.