Carbohydrates in Raisins
Dietary Fiber in Raisins
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Carbs and Fiber in Raisins

Food Item: Raisins, seedless
Food Quantity: 1 cup
Carbs: 115g
Dietary Fiber: 5.4g
Net Carbs: 109.6g

Raisins and Diet Nutrition

The nutritional value of fruit, like Raisins, makes it an excellent choice for both weight control and general health. Fruit contains energy-giving fructose (low on the glycemic index), several essential vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals, plus dietary fiber for better health, digestion and blood glucose control. So, even if you're counting carbs to lose weight, make sure you eat plenty of healthy fruit.

For more details about carbs in fruit, see resources below.

Raisins, Glycemic Index, Weight Loss

Whether or not you are following a low carb diet, for best results, choose fruit lower on the glycemic index, or with a lower glycemic load (see Food Chart). Lower glycemic index diets are great for fast healthy weight loss.

Note: Nutritional values in foods can vary, so the above carbohydrate and dietary fiber values for Raisins are intended as a guideline only.

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