Raisins are a source of concentrated energy due to their high content of natural sugar, which is recommended for sportspersons and any other individual who has to perform prolonged physical activity.
While their energetic content is high, grape raisins have low fat. Consequently, they can be moderately consumed by people on a diet.
Grape raisins provide proteins of a quality similar to those of red meat. Moreover, it is a good source of potassium.
Nutritional Information in 100 Grams of Grape Raisins:
Energy (Kcal) 256 Sodium(gr) 0.05
Water(g) 24.4 Potassium(gr) 0.86
Protein (g) 1.40 Thiamine(mg)(Vit B1) 0.10
Lipids(g) 0.30 Riboflovin(mg)(Vit B2) 0.05
Carbohydrates (g) 66 Equivalent to Niacin(mg)(nicotinic acid) 0.60
Fiber(g) 6.80 Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.30
Calcio(mg) 71 Folic Acid (ug) 4
Iron(mg) 1.50 Vitamin A: equivalente en retinol(ug) 5
Magnesium(mg) 42 Caroteno(ug) 30
Zinc(mg) 0.10    
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