Grapefruit, a pomelo-orange hybrid, is often connected with weight loss. Half a grapefruit (123 grams) has 37 calories but 51% of the Daily Value.
Large apples (223 g) include 116 calories and 5.4 g of fiber. They also aid weight loss. One 2008 research gave females three apples, three pears.
One cup (123 g) of raspberries has 64 calories but 36% of the DV for vitamin C and manganese and 12% for vitamin K.
Drupes, or stone fruits, are seasonal fruits with a fleshy skin and a pit inside. Peaches, nectarines, plums, cherries, and apricots.
South American passion fruit grows on a lovely flowered vine. Its purple or yellow peel protects a delicious, pulpy seed mass.
Warm-climate avocados are fatty, calorie-dense fruits. Avocados have 161 calories per 100 g. 18% of vitamin K and 20% of folate are provided by the same quantity.
Due of their sugar and calorie content, some dieters avoid bananas. Bananas include potassium, magnesium, manganese, fiber, antioxidants.
Rhubarb is a vegetable, yet Europeans and Americans treat rhubarb like a fruit. It offers 11 calories per stalk but approximately 1 g of fiber.
Oranges provide vitamin C, fiber, and little calories. They're filling. Many individuals drink orange juice instead of eating orange slices.
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Melon's high water content and low calories help regulate weight. Honeydew and watermelon provide 46–61 calories per cup (150–170 g).