Carbohydrates in The Saffron

The nutritional value of saffron makes it an excellent choice for health so saffron is not just excellent fragrant or power coloring but it’s good for you because Ario saffron contains energy-giving fructose ,several essential vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals, plus dietary fiber for better health, digestion and blood glucose control.
Our body uses carbohydrates as its main source of energy and as such we need a good amount to keep us going through the day, especially if we are involved in any form of exercise.

How many Carbohydrates should I eat each day?

The general recommendation is to have 50-60% of your calories come from carbs. If you are on a 2000 calorie diet, 1,000 – 1,200 calories (multiply 2,000 by 0.50 and multiply 2,000 again by 0.60) should come from carbohydrates. Since carbs contain 4 calories per gram, you should eat between 250 and 300 grams (divide 1,000 by 4 and divide 1,200 by 4) of carbs each day.
Ario saffron is a good source of carbs. 100 g of Iranian saffron has about 65.37 g of carbohydrate.