Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Energy Values in Grapes
One cup of fresh Thompson Seedless red or green grapes contains about 104 calories while the American variety about 62. Muscadine grapes contain about 3 calories each.
Try Frozen Grapes in Your Diet Plan
One cup of frozen American style grapes contains about 60 calories.
Try freezing your grapes on waxed paper before snacking on them.
They take about one half an hour to freeze - and they are so good amid the warmer months - and because they are frozen, they take a while to enjoy.
Take Time to Measure Serving Size
Because these little sweet wonders can vary greatly in size, it's a good idea to measure them out; while one cup of the Thompson Seedless may contain 30+ from one harvest, the next harvest may contain smaller ones, thus your cup will need a few more to be filled to the rim - and that's a good thing when one is on a weight loss plan.
Speaking of which - is your weight loss plan a fresh grape or a dried raisin? If dried, is it golden or dark? If you are pondering quitting your diet, then it is definitely headed to that dried golden state. The moment that you kick your diet plan to the curb, that's when it reverts to that dark, gloomy state.
But when your plan is a grape - it's loaded with enthusiasm to lose the weight and to find foods that offer a blast of health while buffering your caloric limits for the day. All fruits are super foods and are super great for your body and weight loss plan; snack your 'healthy weigh' by eating fresh fruits.
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