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Calories in Blueberries
Vitamin C & Fiber Content

Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites

Blueberries in their natural state are a naturally low food source in calories and in dietary fat content.

They are exceptionally good for Vitamin C needs as well as in serving to meet dietary fiber recommendations. And blueberries is naturally low in salt content - like all fruit.

Blueberries can assist in fighting infections, in boosting the health of our gums, as well as boosting our overall level of immunity.

Ant the fiber grams in blueberries assists in promoting a stellar digestive system, which is vital while attempting to lose weight.

Favorite Quick Low Calorie Recipe Tips for Weight Loss

- Blend fresh blueberries with a container of low fat yogurt for a tasty smoothie.

- Blend frozen blueberries and a splash of orange juice to create a tasty, healthy sorbet low in calories.

- For a tasty glaze for meat, salads or fruit desserts, simply heat blueberries, mash, drain liquid & add Splenda 0R sugar.

- Add blueberries to your next batch of homemade flapjacks, pancakes or waffles.

- Blueberries also compliment cold cereal while adding a dose of nutrition.

- Add Splenda to tart-tasting blueberries and top with light whipped topping for a healthy dessert.

- Make almost any cake recipe or salad recipe healthier by adding a handful of fresh blueberries.

Nutrition Facts & Calories in Blueberries

Blueberries

Amount

Calories

Fiber Grams

Vitamin C mg

fresh

1 cup

84

3.6

14.4

fresh

50 blueberries

39

1.6

6.6

wild frozen, unsweetened

1 cup

71

6.2

2.4

wild frozen, sweetened

1 cup

186

5.1

2.3

wild frozen, sweetened

1 package (10 oz)

230

6.2

2.8

canned in heavy syrup

1 cup

225

4.1

2.8

canned in light syrup

1 cup

215

6.3

1.2

 

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