Fruit Nectar Calories
Article by Diet Bites
For Healthy Weight Loss
Fruit nectars can be a very healthy addition to your weight loss plan. These natural sources of nature are naturally sweet - and yes, naturally delicious.
The nectar of a plant is nature's way of drawing insects and small birds to the species which will assist in pollination. The plants provide this sweet offering as their thanks.
These sweet fluids can also save you a plethora of calories and fatty acids in the desserts and foods that you create in your humble kitchen.
Rather than the recommended amount of water in a particular recipe, try substituting a nectar that will compliment the flavors of the other ingredients in the recipe.
It can also be added to teas for additional flavor.
When in its purest form, carbonated water can be added for a low calorie beverage.
The Caloric Values
Most fruit nectars range from 125 to 150 calories per one cup serving size.
While a bit steep in regards to that eight ounce serving size, they do provide a plethora of natural goodness as well as healthy dose of those all so vital vitamins.
Below, Diet Bites has charted the nutritional data for the most popular and commonly found fruit nectars.
You will also find the energy values for the less common varieties here: Fruit Nectars.
But first, let's examine the caloric, carbohydrate and Vitamin C values at a glance to see how they compare with one another.
Nectar Nutrient & Food Value Comparison Chart
How does fruit nectar compare to regular soda in nutritional values? While the soda is lower in caloric values, it contains virtually zero nutritional values.
Nutrition Facts, Calories in Apricot, Papaya, Mango, & Peach Nectars
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