Turnip greens may be consumed in their fresh raw form and even in their cooked form. The number of calories you consume differs based on the turnip green form you opt for. One package of frozen turnip greens weighing around 10 oz contains 60 calories out of which 62% calories come from carbohydrates, 30% come from proteins and 8% are obtained from fats. An equal quantity of frozen turnip greens contain 0.54 gram of fat content, 9.66 grams of total carbohydrate content and 6.99 grams of protein content. Raw turnip greens are a rich source of vitamin A and vitamin C. These also contain a good amount of calcium, iron and certain other essential minerals. One oz of raw turnip greens contains 6 calories and 100 grams of raw turnip greens has 21 calories.
One cup of chopped raw turnip greens contains 18 calories out of which as many as 80% of the total calories come from carbohydrates, 12% calories come from proteins and 8% come from fats. An equal serving of turnip greens has 0.16 gram of total fat content, 3.92 grams of carbohydrates and 0.82 gram of total protein content. 1 oz of chopped raw chopped turnip greens contains 9 calories; 100 grams of raw chopped turnip greens have 32 calories and 1 Ib of raw chopped turnip greens contain 145 calories.
One cup of canned turnip greens contains 27 calories out of which 59% calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 27% of the total calories come from proteins and 14% calories come from fats.
The calorie content in cooked turnip greens is different from that in its raw or canned form. One oz of cooked turnip greens contain 11.9 calories out of which 7 calories are obtained from fats. The total fat content in an equal quantity of cooked turnip greens is 0.78 gram, the total carbohydrate content in it is 1.2 gram and protein content in it is 0.32 gram.