Cantaloupe Nutrition Facts

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While other types of fruits like berries may have higher levels of antioxidants, cantaloupe is commonly eaten in higher volumes which can offset their lower antioxidant levels. This means that cantaloupe can in fact significantly increase beneficial levels of phytonutrients to the average person’s diet.

Cantaloupe nutrition is a great source of vitamin C and vitamin A, in the form of carotenoids. In fact cantaloupe is thought to be one of the highest fruit sources of vitamin A, while also providing potassium, and B vitamins including thiamine, niacin, folate, as well as vitamin K, magnesium, and fiber.