Calories in fruits and vegetables

Vegetables are able to saturate the organism having the minimum amount of calories. They contain the sufficient amount of dietary fiber, micro elements and vitamins. The functioning of intestine and cardiovascular systems normalizes; the excess liquid excretes due to them. Fruits are also very useful and tasty. However, fruits cannot replace vegetables in menu. The chart of calories in fruits and vegetables is presented below.

Portion size per 100 grams (3.5 oz)
Apple44 calories44 calories
Banana107 cals65 calories
Beans baked beans170 cals80 calories
Beans dried (boiled)180 cals130 calories
Blackberries25 cals25 calories
Blackcurrant30 cals30 calories
Broccoli27 cals32 cals
Cabbage (boiled)15 calories20 calories
Carrot (boiled)16 calories25 calories
Cauliflower (boiled)20 calories30 calories
Celery (boiled)5 calories10 calories
Cherry35 calories50 calories
Courgette8 cals 20 cals
Cucumber3 calories10 calories
Dates100 calories235 calories
Grapes55 calories62 calories
Grapefruit32 calories32 calories
Kiwi40 calories50 calories
Leek (boiled)10 calories20 calories
Lentils (boiled)150 calories100 calories
Lettuce4 calories15 calories
Melon14 calories28 calories
Mushrooms raw one
3 cals15 cals
Mushrooms (boiled)12 calories12 calories
Mushrooms (fried)100 calories145 calories
Olives50 calories80 calories
Onion (boiled)14 calories18 calories
One red Onion49 cals33 cals
Onions spring 3 cals25 cals
Onion (fried)86 calories155 calories
Orange40 calories30 calories
Peas210 calories148 calories
Peas dried & boiled200 calories120 calories
Peach35 calories30 calories
Pear45 calories38 calories
Pepper yellow6 cals16 cals
Pineapple40 calories40 calories
Plum30 calories39 calories
Spinach8 calories8 calories
Strawberries (1 average)10 calories30 calories
Sweetcorn95 calories130 calories
Sweetcorn on the cob70 calories70 calories
Tomato30 calories20 calories
Tomato cherry6 cals ( 3 toms)17 Cals
Tomato puree70 calories70 calories
Watercress5 calories20 calories

Portion sizes will vary depending on the type and make of product purchased. Portion size is very often a subjective view and may again vary according to bowl, cup or plate size used.
Some values may not be accurate and should only be used for general comparison purposes.