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Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) - Carbs, Glycemic Index, Fats, Minerals, Vitamins & much more

Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) consist of 0% fat, 0.001% protein, 11% carbs, 0% fiber and 1.5% water. With 54 of calories per 100g it's 113% higher than other foods in Beer. In total 0% of the calories in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) come from fat, 0.01% from protein and 81.48% from carbohydrates.

  • high GI Glycemic Index: 90
  • moderate carb 36.3g carbohydrates per portion
  • high GL Glycemic Load: 32.7
  • low Fructose
  • low Gluten
  • Lactose free

Can you eat Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) for a low carb diet?

With 36.3g of carbs and a Glycemic Load of 32.7 in a portion of 330g, Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) should be avoided for a ketogenic or low-carb diet. It contains low amounts of Fructose, very little Gluten and has no Lactose.

Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) nutrition facts & data

Nutrition facts
per 100g
Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)
avg Beer[1]
Calories (kcal) 54 47.6
Fat (g) 0 0
Protein (g) 0.001 0.1
Carbohydrates (g) 11 5.9
Mono- & Di-Saccharides (g) 0 5.9
Polysaccharides (g) 11 5.9
Fibers (g) 0 0
Sodium (mg) 5 4.3
Water (g) 1.5 3
[1] average of Beer

Breakdown in percent (%) of total calories

An average portion size (330g) of Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) contains

  • 178.2 Calories
  • 0g of Fat
  • 0.0033g of Protein
  • and 36.3g of Carbs
  • 16.5mg of sodium - 1.1% of the RDA for sodium.
  • 29.7mg of Magnesium, that covers 9.28% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for Magnesium.
  • 0.0033mg of Zinc - 0.03% of the RDA for Zinc.
  • 0.0033mg of Iron - 0.03% of the RDA for Iron.
  • 165mg of Potassium - 4.13% of the RDA for Potassium.
  • No Vitamin C
  • No Vitamin B12

For every gram of carbs in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) you get

  • 0 grams of protein compared to the average of 0.46g per gram of carbs among all foods. Other foods in Beer have on average 0.02g of proteins per 1 gram of carbs.
  • 0 grams of fat (total average 0.66g, other foods in Beer 0g)
  • 0 grams of fibers (total average 0.13g, other foods in Beer 0g)

Nutrient distribution per gram

What vitamins are in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)?

Vitamins
per 100g
Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)
avg[1]
Vitamin C (mg) 0 1.2
Vitamin E (mg) 0 0
Vitamin B1 / Thiamine (mg) 0.001 0
Vitamin B2 (mg) 0.03 0
Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.07 0
Vitamin B9 / Folate (μg) 5 5.8
Vitamin B12 (μg) 0 0.1
Retinol (μg) 0 0
beta-Carotene (μg) 0 0.8
[1] average of Beer

Is Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) rich in vitamins?

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The following chart displays the amount of vitamins per portion Size (330g) for Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) of the recommended daily allowance (RDA[1]) for each vitamin in percent.

[1]RDA for a 20+ year old male

Minerals in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)

Minerals
per 100g
Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)
avg[1]
Magnesium (mg) 9 8.9
Zinc (mg) 0.001 0
Sodium (mg) 5 4.3
Calcium (mg) 3 4.3
Iron (mg) 0.001 0
Potassium (mg) 50 47.2
Phosphorus (mg) 20 24.1
[1] average of Beer

Is Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) high in minerals?

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Again, for every mineral contained in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) we looked at the portion size (330g) and applied it to the recommended daily allowance (RDA[1]). Data is shown in percent of RDA per portion size.

[1]RDA for a 20+ year old male

Carbohydrates in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)

11% of Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) are carbs, per serving (330g) that is 36.3g of carbs.

Monosachharides and polysaccharides

Sugars
per 100g
Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)
avg[1]
Monosaccharides (g) 0 2.1
Polysaccharides (g) 11 3.7
Total carbs (g) 11 5.9
[1] average of Beer

How high is the Glycemic Index and the Glycemic Load for Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)?

The Glycemic Index of Pilsner beer (1.5% abv) is 90, which would be considered as high. The Glycemic Load in a normal serving is 32.7 and can be regarded as high.

Allergens in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)

  • very little Gluten
  • has no Lactose
  • low amounts of Fructose

Fatty acids and cholesterol in Pilsner beer (1.5% abv)

Of the 0g total fat per 100g, 0g are saturated fatty acids (SFA), 0g are monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and 0g are polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). The amount of cholesterol is 0mg.