How many calories are in grapes?

Grapes are low in calories. A typical serving of grapes contains fewer than 70 calories, while a glass of grape juice contains up to 150 calories!

What’s the calorie content of grapes?

Grapes are excellent for weight loss, as they’re low in calories. American type grapes have 67 calories per 100g, while a serving has only 62 calories.[1]

Other grape varieties have slightly more calories. Green and red seedless grape varieties have approximately 80 and 86 calories per 100g, respectively.

Grapes have fewer calories than raisins.

Is grape juice high in calories?

As a rule of thumb, fruit juices are particularly high in calories and sugars. So, you should avoid drinking them, if you want to lose weight.

But, grape juice isn’t as much high in calories and sugars as other common fruit juices. Both white and purple grape juices have 66 calories per 100 mL and about 14 g of sugars. In fact, a glass of grape juice contains about 150 calories and 32 g of sugars.

Are grapes good for weight loss?

Grapes support weight loss. Not only they’re low in calories, but also, they’ve a satiating effect, as they’re high in water and fiber. Therefore, they can keep us full for a long time.

Above all, grapes are about 80% water! They’re great for hydration during the summer.

Also, a serving of grapes provides about 3% of the recommended daily intake of fiber. Beans, whole grains, vegetables, and fruits are the best dietary sources of fiber.

Should I eat grapes regularly?

Eating grapes regularly is good for our health. Most noteworthy, grapes are high in antioxidants, like phenolic acids, stilbenes, anthocyanins, and proanthocyanidins. These compounds fight free radicals, which may lead to oxidative stress and many dangerous chronic diseases.

In fact, the regular consumption of grapes may reduce the risk of certain types of cancer and cardiovascular disease.[2]

As grape juice is high in antioxidants, calories, and sugars, the best time to drink it is at breakfast or before/after exercise.

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