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A single red or green grape, which weighs approximately 0.2 ounces, has about 3 calories. A cup of grapes, which is about 5.3 ounces, has 104 calories.


There are approximately 100 calories in a single cup of red grapes. There are also about 1.4 grams of fiber per portion, which aids in regulating blood sugar.


There are two types of grapes that are measured by weight. A grape that includes seeds weighs 5.1 grams on average, while one seedless grape typically weighs 5 grams.


One gram of sugar contains 3.87 calories. While some sugars are good for you, most lead to overeating, which in turn can cause weight gain. Knowing how many calories are in a gram of sugar can help a person better understand information provided on nutrition labels and make different choices.


In a cup of raw green grapes, there are 104 calories, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. A cup of green grapes is approximately 151 grams. In one serving of a cup, there are 27.33 grams of carbohydrates, 23.37 grams and 1.09 grams of protein.


There are 9 calories in 1 gram of fat. In contrast, 1 gram of protein 1 one gram of carbohydrate each have only 4 calories.


There are 4 calories in a gram of protein. Calories are measured as the potential amount of energy that a type of food provides the body. The USDA recommends that 10 to 35 percent of daily caloric intake should come from proteins.


One gram of carbohydrates contains 4 calories. One gram of protein contains 4 calories, and one gram of fat contains 9 calories. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that between 45 and 65 percent of total daily calories come from carbohydrates.


One gram of fat contains 9 calories. There are 4 calories per gram of carbohydrates and 4 calories per gram of protein. Fat, carbohydrates, and protein are called macro nutrients.


One gram of protein has 4 calories. The USDA recommends that 10 to 35 percent of a person's calories should come from protein. The body uses protein for growth and repair of tissue, production of hormones and enzymes, immune system functions, protection of muscle mass and energy.