23 calories
Moisture 85.8-92.5 g
0.107 to 0.6 g protein
5.7 g carbohydrates
fat 0.1-0.24g
0.3-4.6 g fiber
ash 0.61-0.8g
5.9-12.4 mg calcium

12.0-43.7 mg phosphorus
From 0.34 to 0.64 mg iron
0071-0232 mg carotene (600 I.U.)
0.04 to 0094 mg thiamine
From 0.03 to 0.047 mg riboflavin
1.19-1.76 mg niacin
31.2-83.7 mg ascorbic acid

Nutritional Table (Content per 100 g)



Nutritional Facts (Content per 100 g)

The pulp can be blended with water and consumed as a refreshing juice.

Although little known to the outside world, naranjilla (usually pronounced na-ran-hee-ya in English) appears likely to produce a new taste for the world's tables.

It promises to become a new tropical flavor with a potential at least as great as the increasingly popular passionfruit.  


Calories 23

Humedad 85.8-92.5 g

Protein 0.107-0.6 g

Carbohydrates 5.7 g

Fat 0.1-0.24g

Fiber 0.3-4.6 g

Ash 0.61-0.8g

Calcium 5.9-12.4 mg

Match 12.0-43.7 mg

Iron 0.34-0.64 mg

Carotene 0.071-0.232 mg

(600 I.U.)

Thiamine 0.04-0.094 mg

Riboflavin 0.03-0.047 mg

Niacin 1.19-1.76 mg

Ascorbic Acid 31.2-83.7 mg

Health Benefits:

It could be use to threat high cholesterol, diabetes, and uric acid. Lulo is also used as diuretic and astringent due to its high concentration of iron, phosphorus,  and ascorbic acid.