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Potatoes

Wash thoroughly. Cut, shred, or grate to the appropriate size of the reptile you are feeding.

  • Contains Oxalic Acid
  • Low Calcium to Phosphorus
  • Protein2.02 (g) Carbohydrates17.47 (g) Fat0.09 (g)
    Water79.34 (g) Calories77 (cal) Fiber2.2 (g)
    Calcium12 (mg) Phosphorus57 (mg) Ca:P Ratio0.2:1
    Sugar0.78 (g) Sodium6 (mg) Potassium421 (mg)
    Iron (mg)0.78 (mg) Zinc (mg)0.29 (mg) Copper (mg)0.108 (mg)
    Magnesium23 (mg) Manganese0.153 (mg) Selenium0.3 (mcg)
    Vitamin A2 (iu) Vitamin E0.01 (iu) Vitamin K 1.9 (mcg)
    Vitamin C19.7 (mg) Thiamin0.08 (mg) Riboflavin0.032 (mg)
    Niacin1.054 (mg) Pantothenic Acid0.296 (mg) Vitamin B60.295 (mg)
    Vitamin B120 (mcg) Folic Acid0 (mcg) Folate16 (mcg)

    Information obtained for this chart was provided by the USDA at www.nal.usda.gov. There is no guarentee that all information is 100% accurate on this chart or that the information was transferred correctly. I suggest that you research any food item further before giving it to your reptiles

    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or corrections for this part of the site please feel free to contact me.

    Special thanks Edel (aka Dragon Lover) for helping input the vegetable and fruit information.

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