Calories in Fruit -- With a free counter chart

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For the calories in fruit, this chart gives the number of calories in fresh fruit.

It's best to avoid sweetened, canned, or dried fruit.

Most dried fruit has sugar added during processing. Therefore, dried fruit is not part of a weight loss diet.

Here in this section of our website, you will find free counter charts for the calories in fruit and the calories in vegetables.

The link to the vegetable chart awaits you further down this page.
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Even berries such as blueberries and cranberries often have added sugar when bought as dried.

The calorie counts are then approximately the same as dried raisins.

If you shop around, it is possible to buy sugar-free dried fruit.

These charts can be helpful for maintaining weight loss as well as losing weight initially.

As far as possible use organic fruits.

So, let's find out more.

THE CALORIE COUNTER CHART

Per fruit or the portion stated Calories per fruit or the portion stated Carbohydrates per fruit or the portion stated
Apple (with the peel) 81 21
Apricot 17 4
Avocado 306 12
Banana, average size 105 27
Blackberries (½ cup) 37 9
Blackcurrants (½ cup) 36 9
Blueberries fresh (½ cup) 41 10
Cherries (½ cup) 52 12
Cranberries fresh raw (½ cup), 23 6
Currants Red fresh (½ cup) 31 8
Dates dried/sugar (½ cup) 280 62
Date 1 fresh/unsweetened 7 2
Fig (medium) 37 10
Gooseberries fresh (½ cup) 34 8
Grapes (10 medium seedless) 36 9
Grapefruit (1 medium half) 46 12
Guava (½ cup) 42 10
Kiwi (medium) 46 11
Lemon (with peel) 22 12
Lime (with peel) 18 10
Lychees 1 oz. 19 5
Mango fresh 135 35
Melon Canteloupe (1 half) 94 22
Melon Honeydew (1 tenth) 46 12
Nectarine (medium) 67 16
Olives green (pitted) 1 oz. 33 0.4
Olives black (pitted) 1 oz. 96 2.5
Orange 65 16
Papaya (½ cup cubed) 27 7
Passion Fruit (medium) 18 4
Paw Paw 34 7
Peach 37 10
Pear (medium) 98 25
Pineapple fresh (½ cup cubed) 39 10
Plum 36 9
Prune (1 dried & pitted) 20 5
Raisins (dried ½ cup) 110 29
Raspberry (½ cup) 31 7
Rhubarb (½ cup cubed) 14 3
Satsuma 37 9
Strawberries (½ cup) 23 5
Tangerine 37 9
Tomato (large) 26 6
Tomato Cherry 3 1



If you are able to afford it, organic fruit is the better choice.

The above chart gives you both the calories and carbohydrates in fruit. Please remember that what is critical is carbohydrates -- rather than calories. If you really restrict carbs and eat plenty of protein and fat from natural sources, it's unlikely that you will need to worry about calories at all.

Because Mother Nature designed our bodies to flourish on clean water and natural sources of proteins and fats, they often don't handle carbohydrates well. Therefore, it's generally best to limit consumption of all fruit, even including fruits such as berries that are often highly nutritious.

For this reason, since fruits are often very high in carbohydrates, it's usually better to focus more on leafy green "vegetables" rather than "fruits and vegetables." In many ways, although sometimes prompted with the best of intentions, government programs that have pushed the "fruits and vegetables" dogma have been counter-productive.

In other words, what really matter are not the calories in fruit but the carbohydrates in fruit.

Web pages to help you further

Now that you have the carbohydrate and calorie counts for fruit, see the following pages of our website to help you further:


CALORIES IN VEGETABLES


Alternatively, use the link at the bottom of this page to return to CALORIES PER DAY, which is the first page in the calories section of our website.



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  • A. Wright and D. E. Bradford, Belly Fat Blast: How to Lose Stomach Fat Fast Without Hunger!
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  • Eades and Eades, The Protein Power Lifeplan
  • Cordain, The Paleo Diet
  • Price, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration
  • Wansink, Mindless Eating
  • Netzer, The Complete Book of Food Counts (latest edition).

On most pages of our website, we aim to recommend the very best books available according to the topic of each page. We endeavor to make the best suggestions based on experience and our many years of work and research in the fields of health and fitness. We suggest only books that we have read and can wholly commend.






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