The calorie content in white beans varies depending upon its quantity as well as the method of its preparation. One cup of white beans which weighs around 250 ml contains 220 calories out of which none of the calories come from fat. The total fat content in a cup of white beans is as low as 1 gram. The sodium content in one cup of white beans is 300 grams while the potassium content is nil.
White beans are a good source of Carbohydrates with one cup of white beans having 36 grams of carbohydrates out of which 11 grams are Dietary fibre. The sugar content in this vegetable is nil and so is Vitamin A and C content. There are 16 grams proteins in a cup of white beans. It also offers a good amount of iron content. 159 grams of cooked white beans have 200 calories.
The total fat content in an equal quantity of cooked beans is 0.56 grams out of which 0.14 grams are saturated fat, 0.24 grams are polyunsaturated fat and 0.05 grams are monounsaturated fat. The sodium content in 159 grams of white beans is 9.54 mg and the total carbohydrates in an equal quantity of cooked white beans are 39.89 grams. Total dietary fibres are 10.02 grams and protein content is 15.47 grams. Other micronutrients such as calcium and iron are also present in small amounts in this vegetable. While calcium content in 159 grams of white beans is 143 mg, the amount of Iron is 5.88 mg.
One tablespoon of white beans contains which weighs around 12.6 grams contains 42 calories, one cup of white beans which weighs around 202 grams has approximately 673 calories and 100 grams of white beans contains around 333 calories. 100 grams of white beans offers around 16.65% of the recommended daily intake of calories in men and around 13.32% of the recommended daily intake of calories in women.