The bilberry is a dark purple berry sucked full of juice. On this page, you can get the bilberry coloring pictures to print. They are waiting for you to be colored, so let us take a look at these pictures. Happy coloring.
Bilberries are a moderately sweet fruit, with a carbohydrate content of around 15 g per 100 g (with extremes ranging from 6.1 g for wild blueberries to over 15 g for some cultivated varieties).
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Its sugars consist primarily of fructose (50% of the total carbohydrate) and glucose (35% of the total). There are also pentoses (sugars with five carbon atoms) and some sucrose. These are the carbohydrates that provide the bulk of the blueberry’s energy intake.
Indeed, as in most fresh fruits, especially berries, proteins are scarce (0.7 g per 100 g), as well as lipids, or fats (0.3 g per 100 g). The organic acids, responsible for the piquant flavor of the fruit, are present at a rate of 1.4 g per 100 g.
They also provide a small part of the total energy (on average, 2.5 kcalories per gram). These are mainly malic acid and citric acid (combined with smaller quantities of other natural organic acids: tartaric, chlorogenic, quinic, etc.).
Thus, the bilberry provides an average of 50 kcalories per 100 g (209 k Joules), which places it among the fruits with moderate energy intake, similar to that of apricots or pineapples.
Its minerals do not exceed 300 mg per 100 g, but they are very varied. Potassium dominates (as is the case for all fresh plants). Small amounts of magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, and various other trace elements are present.
Among the vitamins, which are also well-diversified, vitamin E (2 mg), various vitamins of the B group, and small quantities of provitamin A (about 0.03 mg per 100 g) should be noted.