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Table 1 Composition and energy value of a standard hypocaloric diet

From: Hypocaloric diet supplemented with probiotic cheese improves body mass index and blood pressure indices of obese hypertensive patients - a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled pilot study

Substrate Value
Energy value, kcal 1512
Protein, g (%) 81 (21.4)
Vegetable protein, g 28.3
Fat, g (%) 52 (31.0)
Vegetable fat, g 23.4
Saturated fatty acids, g (%) 14.4 (8.5)
Monounsaturated fatty acids, g (%) 16.5 (9.7)
Polyunsaturated fatty acids, g (%) 15.3 (9.0)
Cholesterol, mg 231
Carbohydrates, g (%) 180 (47.6)
Fiber, g 24.6
Hemicellulose 10.0
Cellulose 8.6
Pectin 6.0
Vitamins, mg  
Ascorbic acid 102.3
Thiamin B-1 0.53
Riboflavin B-2 1.13
Pyridoxine B-6 1.47
Niacin 11.6
Vitamin А 0.3
Beta-carotene 3.64
Vitamin E 11.3
Minerals,mg  
Potassium 2685
Calcium 1007
Magnesium 342
Sodium 2124
Phosphorus 1154
Iron 11.4
Copper 2.16
Zinc 12.4
Chromium 0.18
Manganese 4.63
Iodine 0.14
Probiotic count in cheese, log CFU/g 8.7
Daily dose of probiotic, logCFU 10.4
Daily dose of cheese, g 50
Fat intake with cheese, g/d 13
Saturated fat intake with cheese, g/d 8
Cholesterol intake with cheese, mg/d 45