How Much Fat is in French fries? 

Each serving of french fries typically has around 13g of fat. 1.8 grams of saturated fat, 5.4 grams of polyunsaturated fat, and 5.4

grams of monounsaturated fat are included in this. Quick food It's likely that french fries have more saturated and total fat. A 100-

gram portion of McDonald's french fries has 15.5g of total fat and 2.3g of saturated fat. Some vitamins and minerals, such as

vitamin C (9.7 mg), vitamin B6 (0.265 mg), and vitamin K (16.3 mcg), may be found in French fries. Again, though, how fries are

prepared might affect how many nutrients they contain. When fries are eaten with the skins still on, you may be getting more

vitamins and minerals because potato skins are known to have additional nutrients (including potassium, fiber, and B vitamins).

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