Calorie Counts for Fruit

All Foods > Fruit

  • 1.    Apples

    Apples are high in phytonutrients that will help to control your blood sugar levels and keep hunger levels low so you can maintain a reduced calorie diet plan with ease.

  • 2.    Apricots

    Apricots are high in vitamin A and vitamin C, making this an excellent food for those who want to experience a high level of antioxidant protection and immune system support.

  • 3.    Avocados

    Avocados are one of the few fruits that contains a high amount of healthy fats so they will help to keep your hunger level lower while maintaining stable blood glucose levels at all times.

  • 4.    Bananas

    Bananas are rich in potassium, which can help to fuel physical activity as well as provide protection against cardiovascular disease.

  • 5.    Berries

    Berries are a fruit that contains the highest amount of antioxidants and will also pack in a good dose of fiber to keep you regular and reduce your hunger levels.

  • 6.    Blackberries

    Blackberries are one of the highest fiber containing fruits and will also be a good source of vitamin A and vitamin C.

  • 7.    Blueberries

    Blueberries are a powerful source of antioxidants and will help to support good brain health while warding off a number of diseases such as cancer.

  • 8.    Cantaloupe

    Cantaloupe is a melon that's low in calories at just 60 per cup and high in vitamin A and C, making it excellent for boosting your immune system.

  • 9.    Cherries

    Cherries are low on the GI index so they will have very little impact on your blood sugar level, making them a sweet treat that will control hunger and food cravings.

  • 10.    Coconuts

    Coconuts are rich in medium chain triglycerides, which is a form of fat that the body can rapidly use as an energy source to fuel physical activity.

  • 11.    Cranberries

    Cranberries are well known for their ability to support a healthy urinary tract and reduce the risk of urinary tract infections.

  • 12.    Figs

    Figs are fat free and don't provide any cholesterol but are high in sugars so should be eaten in small serving sizes to prevent hunger after eating them.

  • 13.    Fruit Salad

    Fruit salad will contain a mixture of nutrients including vitamin C, vitamin A, antioxidants, as well as fiber and is generally low calorie provided you don't eat it in a heavy fruit syrup.

  • 14.    Grapefruits

    Grapefruits are a good source of both vitamin C and vitamin A, making them stellar for enhancing your immune system while also controlling blood sugar levels.

  • 15.    Grapes

    Grapes are rich in phytonutrients which can help to provide strong heart health benefits and are also rated low in the GI scale, so will have a minimal impact on your blood glucose levels.

  • 16.    Honeydew Melons

    Honeydew melons are a good source of vitamin C and will also provide you with vitamin B6, potassium, and folate.

  • 17.    Kiwifruit

    Kiwifruit contains no saturated fat or cholesterol and is a great source of vitamin E, potassium, copper, and vitamin K.

  • 18.    Litchis

    Litchis are a good source of vitamin C and will provide 226% of your total daily requirements in just a one cup serving.

  • 19.    Mandarin Oranges

    Mandarin oranges make for the perfect small sweet treat to satisfy your cravings and provide a good dose of vitamin C to keep your immune system strong.

  • 20.    Mangos

    Mangos are a tropical fruit that is rich in fiber, vitamin B6, vitamin A, as well as vitamin C and will help to reduce your chances of suffering from the common cold and flu.

  • 21.    Melons

    Melons are a lower calorie fruit variety and are high in vitamin C and A content along with dietary fiber to keep your hunger down low.

  • 22.    Nectarines

    Nectarines are rich in dietary fiber, offer a small dose of protein, and will be an excellent source of Niacin in the diet.

  • 23.    Oranges

    Oranges are incredibly well known for their vitamin C content, but will also supply you with folate, vitamin B1, as well as potassium.

  • 24.    Papayas

    Papaya's are high in both vitamin C as well as vitamin A, folate, as well as potassium and will help to protect against heart disease while enhancing your digestive health.

  • 25.    Peaches

    Peaches are a good source of dietary fiber and will also provide your body with Niacin, potassium and vitamin C to help you fend off illness and feel your best at all times.

  • 26.    Pears

    Pears are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, as well as vitamin K and will help to protect your body from free radicals, fending off disease.

  • 27.    Pineapples

    Pineapples are one of the fruit varieties that is higher in sugar content, but is a great source of vitamin C, manganese, as well as dietary fiber.

  • 28.    Plums

    Plums are a low calorie sweet treat that are high in vitamin C and will act as an antioxidant in the body to protect you from free radical damage.

  • 29.    Raspberries

    Raspberries are extremely high in fiber and also contain a good dose of vitamin C along with manganese to support a strong immune system.

  • 30.    Strawberries

    Strawberries are a sweet berry that will pack in a powerful antioxidant punch while also providing you with a good dose of vitamin C content.

  • 31.    Watermelons

    Watermelons are rich in vitamin C and A and will also supply you with a small amount of potassium and magnesium as well.