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which fruit has the lowest calories?

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i didnt realise banana's had 110 cals each since my diet includes a lot of fruit i was wondering which one has the lowest calories thanks for the reply's Read More
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
i didnt realise banana's had 110 cals each

since my diet includes a lot of fruit i was wondering which one has the lowest calories

thanks for the reply's
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1 Like #1
LOL! AS long as it is a fruit it does not matter. They're good calories lol. Just eat any fruit.
#2
http://www.green-tea-health-news.com/calories-in-fruit.html
Frozen peaches are low in calories... (i think)
#3
Celery is the lowest calorie fruit/veg.
apples have about 50Kcals.
But even on a diet you really dont need to worry about the calories in fruit - it is harmless, and the majority ingredient in most fruit is water :thumbsup:
#4
lol ok but if 99% of diets are based on your calorie intake how can eating say 5 or 6 banana's a day @ 110 cals each + eating some veg and the other rabbit food be any better then say a curly wurly (which is a 115 cals) im not saying your wrong as i far from no it all thats why i started the topic so i can get some help
badmanmeow;1844436
LOL! AS long as it is a fruit it does not matter. They're good calories lol. Just eat any fruit.
#5
Dub1
lol ok but if 99% of diets are based on your calorie intake how can eating say 5 or 6 banana's a day @ 110 cals each + eating some veg and the other rabbit food be any better then say a curly wurly (which is a 115 cals) im not saying your wrong as i far from no it all thats why i started the topic so i can get some help


Hmmm. I'd say oranges are good. Contain vitamin see and a lot of water...
1 Like #6
badmanmeow
LOL! AS long as it is a fruit it does not matter. They're good calories lol. Just eat any fruit.


Fruit is full of sugars and these can be increased by crushing etc (smoothies the worst). don't know answers to calorie count but surely you can use google?
1 Like #7
As long as its fresh fruit it doesnt really matter. Just dont get the pre packaged stuff in stores as they usually have quite a lot of carbohydrates which sugar. Best fruit i'd say is Strawberries. 10 is about 20 calories which is nothing lol
1 Like #8
toffee apples:p
#9
Funny you should start this thread as my oh and I were just eating raw celery (we r both on a diet) and discussing whether the 'you use more caleries eating celery than you get from it' story is true. So I just googled it.
http://www.snopes.com/food/ingredient/celery.asp

Looking at this link I have also found that I should be drinking cold diet drinks (i prefer them at room temp as I have sensative teeth) as this also uses up caleries!!!
#10
thanks for the help :)
#11
Dub1
lol ok but if 99% of diets are based on your calorie intake how can eating say 5 or 6 banana's a day @ 110 cals each + eating some veg and the other rabbit food be any better then say a curly wurly (which is a 115 cals) im not saying your wrong as i far from no it all thats why i started the topic so i can get some help


Mainly cause its not solely based on calories. The Curly Wurly will have a massive saturated fat rating, whereas the fruit is likely to hardly have any. Although bananas are the fruit with the most calories, so you shouldnt really be eating too many of them lol
1 Like #12
they say if you eat pineapple after every meal the pineapple burns up the fat of that meal!
1 Like #13
badmanmeow
Hmmm. I'd say oranges are good. Contain vitamin see and a lot of water...


Lol @ vitamin see
#14
There is a chart here that helps with the fruit thing
http://www.dietbites.com/Diet-Articles-4/low-calorie-fruits.html
1 Like #15
another interesting article about fat burning foods
http://www.detoxprogram.net/articles/fat-burning-foods.php
#16
octobergirl
they say if you eat pineapple after every meal the pineapple burns up the fat of that meal!


You should eat the salad/fruit before your meal, to help aid digestion
#17
once again thanks for all the help and the link's
#18
Liddle ol' me
Fruit is full of sugars and these can be increased by crushing etc (smoothies the worst). don't know answers to calorie count but surely you can use google?


the sugars are fructose sugars - naturally occuring sugars, and does not count to the 95grams reccomended daily allowance of carbs of which sugars :thumbsup:
1 Like #19
Tomatoes!

Also, drink chilled water, not tap temp.
Ya body burns up calories heating the water up, before it can absorb it. :thinking:
1 Like #20
I think advocados are quite fattening.
1 Like #21
owlass
Tomatoes!


Exactly what I thought:lol:

21c per tom approx.
#22
while ive got you smart people helping me on this topic, are there any other foods non fruit/veg that are ok to eat when your hungry (just started eating rice cakes)
#23
owlass;1844523
Tomatoes!

Love them, but only homegrown:thumbsup: love the summer when I can go into the garden and pick them and eat them straight off cant get fresher than that!!!!
#24
a grape. 8)

apparently a tangerine has 20 calories....let me think...Mars Bar or 17 and a half tangerines....
#25
how do you find they compare to those from a supermarket, my old man say's that he thinks that they even taste better
harlzter;1844631
Love them, but only homegrown:thumbsup: love the summer when I can go into the garden and pick them and eat them straight off cant get fresher than that!!!!
#26
Dub1
how do you find they compare to those from a supermarket, my old man say's that he thinks that they even taste better


Home grown stuff usually always tastes nicer than store bought. Tomatos are a good example. :)
#27
celery (veg)?
#28
Are hops good for the diet????? I do hope so as I am doing my 5 a day:-D
#29
Dub1
while ive got you smart people helping me on this topic, are there any other foods non fruit/veg that are ok to eat when your hungry (just started eating rice cakes)


I have rice cakes too, although I make them a bit more exciting by spreading marmite on them, or a very thin layer of honey. Tescos do some flavoured varieties too, salt & vinegar and chilli.

Do you eat raw veg? I often find raw vegetables, such as sprouts and carrots, are a lot more filling than when cooked, so often snack on them.
#30
Dub1
while ive got you smart people helping me on this topic, are there any other foods non fruit/veg that are ok to eat when your hungry (just started eating rice cakes)


Erm, where to begin......cereal bars - look for no added sugar ones, apple chips - new thing at sainsburys, down crisps aisle and taste lovely and although they are technically a fruit it seems more like you're eating crisps
#31
Dub1;1844637
how do you find they compare to those from a supermarket, my old man say's that he thinks that they even taste better

Wouldnt touch shop bought toms, home grown have very delicate fine skins - shop bought have tough leathery skins in comparison!!!! Same with the majority of veg home grown taste infinitely better - especially "dirty carrots" (shop bought are all cleaned up so lose their flavour - storing with a layer of soil preserves the taste for the just dug up flavour! I havent got the space for other fruit/veg but find someone on the local allotment they are often a good source of nice veg at good prices (our allotment is literally 100 yards away and I am considering if I would have the patience to reap the rewards of home grown for the family! £10 a year for a plot so cheap as chips (well home grown spuds!)
#32
harlzter
Love them, but only homegrown:thumbsup: love the summer when I can go into the garden and pick them and eat them straight off cant get fresher than that!!!!


Get carried away sometimes!

Love munchin on raw carrots too :roll:
#33
octobergirl
they say if you eat pineapple after every meal the pineapple burns up the fat of that meal!

Ooooo I wish this was true!
#34
octobergirl
they say if you eat pineapple after every meal the pineapple burns up the fat of that meal!


chrysha
Ooooo I wish this was true!



Don't know about that, but it does have other benefits! :oops: :whistling:
#35
owlass
Don't know about that, but it does have other benefits! :oops: :whistling:


That's a myth I'm afraid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-D:p
#36
Cadbury light chocolate mouse is a good desert for when you really have sweet cravings as there are only 60 cals per yummy pot. Alpen light choc and orange cereal bars are also good at just 70 cals per bar.
#37
owlass
Don't know about that, but it does have other benefits! :oops: :whistling:

I know I'm going to regret asking, but what other benefits?
#38
chrysha;1845027
I know I'm going to regret asking, but what other benefits?

I know I'm [COLOR=Blue]not[/COLOR] going to regret asking, but what other benefits? I wondered too but knew someone else would ask the question!
#39
harlzter
I know I'm [COLOR=Blue]not[/COLOR] going to regret asking, but what other benefits? I wondered too but knew someone else would ask the question!

They are suppose to bring on labour!!....Bull....i had 15 did'nt do nothing for me!
#40
chrysha
I know I'm going to regret asking, but what other benefits?


It is supposed to make something taste a little better for the ladies!!!!! :thumbsup:

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