About: Grapes are a moderate source of calories. Each cup has 104 calories, which means you can enjoy one to two cups as a moderately sized snack. Most of those calories come from carbohydrates, and each cup of grapes contains 27 grams of total carbs, including roughly 1.5 grams of fiber. Like most fruits, grapes have very little protein and fat – 1 gram and a quarter-gram per serving, respectively. Since carbs are your body’s preferred source of energy, green grapes can be a healthy way to get a little energy boost, even if they don’t have the most well-rounded nutritional profile.
Benefits: Black grapes, also sometimes known as Concord grapes or slipskin grapes, are sold fresh or made into fresh juice, jams or jellies. They are rich in a number of nutrients, including natural antioxidants, and can be part of a healthy diet that reduces the number of calories you consume, helping you lose weight.