Mulberries are quite delicious and equally healthy. This low calorie fruit contains a number of essential micronutrients which are good for the human body. One cup of raw mulberries contains around 60 calories out of which 5 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of mulberries is 0.5 gram of which 0.3 gram is polyunsaturated fat content and 0.1 gram is monounsaturated fat content. The sodium and potassium content in it is 14 mg and 272 mg respectively. It also contains carbohydrate content of 13.7 grams, dietary fiber content of 2.4 grams, 11.3 grams of sugar content and 2 grams of protein content. It also contains some amount of vitamin C content.
10 average sized raw mulberries weighing around 15 grams contain 6 calories out of which 1 calorie comes from fat. The total fat content in an equal number of mulberries is 0.1 gram, total carbohydrate content is 1.5 grams and protein content is 0.2 gram. Consuming 100 grams of raw mulberries means taking in 43 calories.
Mulberries are not only liked in raw form but also consumed in dried form and the calorie content in this form of mulberries differs from that in its raw form. One third cup of dried golden mulberries contains around 130 calories. The total fat content in it is 1 gram, carbohydrate content is 31 grams, dietary fiber content is 5 grams, sugar content is 18 grams and protein content is 4 grams. It also proves to be a rich source of vitamin C and contains some amount of vitamin A, calcium and iron.
Many people prefer consuming dried wild organic mulberries. One third cup of dried wild organic mulberries contains 130 calories out of which only 10 calories are obtained from fat. It is very low in fat; the total fat content in this form of mulberries is 1 gram.