A comprehensive list of calories and carbohydrates contained in common fruits and vegetables is provided by the FDA on its website. The list provides the number of calories and grams of carbohydrates per serving of fruit... More »

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Several online resources exist to calculate the calorie content of fruits and vegetables. For example, caloriecount.com has an extensive list of fruits and vegetables and their respective calorie counts, in addition to o... More »

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Most fruits and vegetables contain no fat. Certain dairy products also offer fat-free options. Skim milk and items that contain it, such as non-fat yogurt, ice cream, non-fat cottage cheese and other cheeses are healthy ... More »

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A complete list of healthy complex carbohydrates is extensive, states Common Sense Health, and includes beans (black, garbanzo, kidney, lima, navy, pinto, soy), split peas, lentils, dairy products (milk, eggs, cheese, yo... More »

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Foods with carbohydrates include grains, fruits, dairy products, some vegetables and items that contain sugar or corn syrup. Foods that contain carbs and have high fiber content and high amounts of nutrients are consider... More »

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Foods high in simple carbohydrates include many crackers, pastries, candies, bread products and potatoes, while foods high in complex carbohydrates include vegetables, whole grain breads and cereals, fruits, yogurt and n... More »

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A diabetes meal plan should be low in calories and saturated fat but high in fiber and healthy carbohydrates, with a particular emphasis on whole grains, fruits, vegetables and heart-healthy fish, states Mayo Clinic. The... More »

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