Quinces may be consumed raw, in juiced form or even in cooked form. The calorie content in quinces may vary based on their form. The nutritional value of this fruit also differs based on its form.
One average sized quince contains 52.4 calories out of which 0.83 calories come from fat. The total fat content in it is 0.092 gram of which 0.0092 gram is saturated fat content, 0.046 gram is polyunsaturated fat content and 0.033 gram is monounsaturated fat content. The total carbohydrate content in an equal sized quince is 14.1 grams, protein content is 0.37 gram, sodium content is 3.7 mg and potassium content is 181.2 mg. It is also a good source of vitamin C and has traces of vitamin A, B vitamins, iron, calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus and selenium.
One gram of raw quince contains 0.57 calories out of which 0.009 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of raw quince is 0.001 gram of which 0.0005 gram is polyunsaturated fat content and 0.00036 gram is monounsaturated fat content. The total sodium and potassium content in it is 0.04 mg and 2 mg respectively. The carbohydrate content in it is 0.15 gram, dietary fiber content is 0.019 gram and protein content is 0.004 gram.
One oz of raw Quince contains 16.2 calories out of which 0.26 calories come from fat. The total fat content in it is 0.028 gram, total carbohydrate content in it is 4.3 gram and protein content is 0.11 gram. An equal quantity of raw quince also contains 1.1 mg sodium and 55.8 mg potassium content.
Though popular in its raw form you may also consume quince in its juiced form. An average serving of organic quince juice contains around 110 calories. You may also consume cooked quince; the calorie content in cooked quince varies based on its method of preparation.