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Posted 02 February 2022 - 06:13 PM

Can any help on how to convert per serving nutritionals to 100 gram nutritionals

 

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Posted 02 February 2022 - 06:20 PM

Say, you have 175 g/serving Nutritionals: take a value and divide it into 1.75 - you'll receive nutrition value for 100g. Example: Fat for 175g/serving is 2 g.

2 / 1.75 = 1.15. So, Fat for 100 g is 1.15 g.



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Posted 02 February 2022 - 08:17 PM

Say, you have 175 g/serving Nutritionals: take a value and divide it into 1.75 - you'll receive nutrition value for 100g. Example: Fat for 175g/serving is 2 g.

2 / 1.75 = 1.15. So, Fat for 100 g is 1.15 g.

 

Olenazh nailed it again. If you need more help, please post your nutrition panel. I can show you how to do it using your product as an example. :)



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Posted 01 August 2023 - 08:22 PM

Olenazh nailed it again. If you need more help, please post your nutrition panel. I can show you how to do it using your product as an example. :)

Hi, very thank you for your help!

 

972 servings per container, Serving size 1 Tbsp (14g). Calories per serving:100. 

Total Fat 11g 14%

Saturated Fat 1g 5%

Trans Fat 0g

Polyunsaturated Fat 0g

Monounsaturated Fat 0g

Cholesterol 5mg  2%

Sodium 80mg  3%

Total Carbohydrate 1g  0%


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Posted 02 August 2023 - 05:59 PM

Olenazh nailed it again. If you need more help, please post your nutrition panel. I can show you how to do it using your product as an example. :)

Hey could you please do the favior to show me how to do it using my product as an sample? 



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Posted 02 August 2023 - 07:14 PM

Hey could you please do the favior to show me how to do it using my product as an sample? 

Sure.

 

Since you know the nutrition data for a 14g serving, you just have to find out how much of each would be found in 100g.

 

First find out how many 14g servings fit into 100g.

100g divided by 14g = 7.1428 servings. 

 

Now multiply each item by 7.1428.

For example, 11g of fat multiplied by 7.1428= 78.57g fat in 100g.

Do the same for saturated fat, cholesterol, etc.



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Posted 03 August 2023 - 01:17 PM

Hey could you please do the favior to show me how to do it using my product as an sample? 

 

Let me know if you have any issues or want to double check the numbers.

I hope it was clear enough. I think it's difficult to explain math through text.



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Posted 03 August 2023 - 01:50 PM

Let me know if you have any issues or want to double check the numbers.

I hope it was clear enough. I think it's difficult to explain math through text.

Very much appreciated for all your help!!





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