One cup (151 grams) of red or green grapes contains the following nutrients (1): Calories: 104. Carbohydrates: 27.3 grams. Protein: 1.1 grams.
|1/2 medium grapefruit (154 g)||60||0|
|3/4 cup (126 g) of raisins||90||0|
|Melon Honeydew 1/10 medium melon (134 g)||50||0|
|Kiwi 2 medium (148 g)||90||ten|
For all the sweetness, one cup of pineapple chunks contains only 74 calories, according to the USDA National Nutrient Database. Pineapple is also free of fat, cholesterol and low in sodium. Unsurprisingly, they contain sugar, around 14 grams per cup.
Half a cup of blueberries contains 25% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C and 3 grams of fiber, and this with only 30 calories. Also, blueberries are juicy fruits, which means they mostly contain water.
Grape Nutrition Facts: Calories, Carbohydrates & More
Strawberry is a voluminous fruit that is low in calories and mainly carbohydrates. One cup of strawberries has only 49 calories and has 3 grams of fiber and only 12 grams of carbs, resulting in 9 grams of net carbs.
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One cup of raw blueberries contains about 84 calories and 21 grams of carbohydrates. It also provides nearly 4 grams of fiber.
The average woman needs to eat around 2,000 calories per day to maintain her weight and 1,500 calories per day to lose half a pound per week. Meanwhile, the average man needs 2,500 calories to eat and 2,000 calories to lose half a pound per week. However, it depends on many factors.