A sugar-free Popsicle is a healthy option to choose as it is very low in calories. To be classified as sugar-free, it must contain less than 1/2 gram of sugar per serving. A sugar-free Popsicle is made up of almost 95 percent water and contains some carbohydrates, but it is not a significant source of protein, fat, fiber or vitamins and minerals.
Low in Calories and Sugars
A sugar-free Popsicle that has water or ice as the basis of the Popsicle provides a total of 12 calories per pop for a 1.75-fluid-ounce serving size. The total carbohydrate is less than 3 grams, and the total sugars equal less than 1 gram. A sugar-free Popsicle does not have any protein, fiber, fat or cholesterol.
Provides Vitamin C
A sugar-free Popsicle contains trace amounts of minerals, including iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc. The frozen treat around 6 milligrams of vitamin C per 1.75-fluid-ounce serving, a small percentage of the 75 to 90 milligram recommended dietary allowance. It does not contain any vitamin A.
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