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elecjet

New York, USA

I usually use hot pepper flakes, italian seasoning and onion seasoning on some foods. Do these things have any calories, salt or sugars in them. Theres no nutritional labels on back
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Cherry

Off top of my head, a few really 'good for you' spices (no part order):

1)Oregano
2)Curcumin
3)Rosemary
4)Parsley
5)Ginger

'antioxidant' and that sort of thing

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HamsFitness

i would say they are flavour only and contain near to zero nutritional value, that is not to say that they do not cause certain reactions in the body such as chilli would from the capsicum content
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

Red peppers pass through the digestive system virtually intact --- as does black pepper for that matter.

Italian seasonings and onion powder probably have minmal amount of carbs in them, depending upon how much you use.

In normal amounts, there is not enough there to register even 1 gm of carbs, and hence "0 calories" under FDA labeling rules. They alway get to round down if they want to. That's why things like Pam list themselves as "zero calories" --- the serving size is too small to make up 1 gm of fat.

If it's onion powder, then that's all that's in it. If it's onion seasoning or salt then there will be some salt. It's probably not there if it's not listed though.

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NewYorker

New York, USA

elecjet wrote:
I usually use hot pepper flakes, italian seasoning and onion seasoning on some foods. Do these things have any calories, salt or sugars in them. Theres no nutritional labels on back


Not enough calories to make a difference. They are generally a good food choice.

Some spices contain salt. You can easily detect the salt content, by placing a pinch on your tongue (second quartile on the sides is most sensitive).
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