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Strawberries vs Tomatoes
CALORIC DENSITY
Strawberries, raw
Tomatoes, red, ripe, raw, year rnd average
0.32
0.18
9316
11529

First, let's take a look at the macros. Each of these are listed in grams and as usual, normalized to 200 calories for easy comparison, so we're always comparing apples to apples.

*All our data comes from the USDA Nutrient Database.
Strawberries
Tomatoes
Protein = 4g
Protein = 10g
Carbohydrates = 48g
Carbohydrates = 44g
Fat = 2g
Fat = 2g
Fiber = 13g
Fiber = 13g
Monounsaturated = 0g
Monounsaturated = 0g
Polyunsaturated = 1g
Polyunsaturated = 1g
Saturated Fat = 0g
Saturated Fat = 0g
Nutrient strawberries tomatoes
Protein 4g 10g
Carbohydrate 48g 44g
Fiber 13g 13g
Fat 2g 2g
Monounsat. Fat 0g 2g
Polyunsat. Fat 1g 1g
Saturated Fat 0g 0g
strawberries
Note: the chart below maxes out at 20, so you can see better.

Next, let's take a look at the Vitamin density. These values are shown in units of percent of recommended daily intake. And since we're showing 200 calories worth, this means anything above 10% is good.

Choline = 9%
Choline = 18%
Vitamin A = 1%
Vitamin A = 75%
Vitamin C = 490%
Vitamin C = 188%
Vitamin E = 15%
Vitamin E = 50%
Vitamin K = 17%
Vitamin K = 110%
Nutrientstrawberriestomatoes
Choline9%18%
Vitamin A1%75%
Vitamin C490%188%
Vitamin E15%50%
Vitamin K17%110%

Strawberries have significantly more Vitamins C than tomatoes. Tomatoes have significantly more Vitamins A, E, K than strawberries. Strawberries are a good source of Niacin, Vitamin B6, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Phosphorus. Strawberries are a great source of Iron. Strawberries are an excellent source of Vitamin C. Tomatoes are a good source of Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium. Tomatoes are a great source of Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron. Tomatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin K, Vitamin C.

tomatoes

And here we see the B-vitamins: B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), B5 (Pantothenic Acid), B6 (Pyridoxine)

Vitamin B1 = 15%
Vitamin B1 = 41%
Vitamin B2 = 13%
Vitamin B2 = 19%
Vitamin B3 = 20%
Vitamin B3 = 55%
Vitamin B5 = 16%
Vitamin B5 = 20%
Vitamin B6 = 27%
Vitamin B6 = 81%
Vitamin B12 = 0%
Vitamin B12 = 0%
Nutrientstrawberriestomatoes
Vitamin B115%41%
Vitamin B213%19%
Vitamin B320%55%
Vitamin B516%20%
Vitamin B627%81%
Vitamin B120%0%

Now, lets look at mineral density. Here we have a lot of important electrolytes and minerals. Once again, units are in percent of RDI, thus for this 200 calorie serving anything above 10% would considered high.

Sodium = 0%
Sodium = 4%
Potassium = 27%
Potassium = 75%
Calcium = 20%
Calcium = 22%
Magnesium = 23%
Magnesium = 35%
Phosphorus = 26%
Phosphorus = 46%
Iron = 43%
Iron = 50%
Manganese = 105%
Manganese = 55%
Selenium = 6%
Selenium = 0%
Copper = 30%
Copper = 66%
Zinc = 9%
Zinc = 20%
Nutrientstrawberriestomatoes
Sodium0%4%
Potasium27%75%
Calcium20%22%
Magnesium23%35%
Phosphorus26%46%
Iron43%50%
Manganese105%55%
Selenium6%0%
Copper30%66%
Zinc9%20%

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