Red Grapes?

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  1. Beanie

    Beanie ~*Snoopy Fan Forever*~

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    Does anyone know how many carbs are in Red Grapes?? I had a few at lunch today and was just wondering...they were really good too!:p

    Thanks
     
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  3. Luvinit

    Luvinit <font color=CC66CC>This is the place I come to to

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    Listed in the Atkins Carb Gram Counter....it just says Grapes, it doesn't say red or green. 1/4 cup = 7.1 total carbs...Net carbs=6.7.

    Tracy
     
  4. Beanie

    Beanie ~*Snoopy Fan Forever*~

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    Thanks, Tracy! I am not sure how many I had, but it was just a handful, so I will count them as 7 carbs...they were worth it, I haven't had grapes in so long! LOL
     
  5. dizneegirl

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    They're high in natural sugars, and are a high-glycemic food.

    From the USDA Nutrient Database:

    Grapes, red or green (european type varieties, such as, Thompson seedless), raw, 1 cup, seedless

    Carbohydrate, by difference g 28.432
    Fiber, total dietary g 1.600
     
  6. geetey

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    It's interesting that you mention high-glycemic in your post. I recently read an article in the Readers Digest about this! Pardon the ad lib, they were saying that studies are showing that watching the glycemic value of food (versus fat grams or carb grams) was a better way to lose weight and maintain it. Are you familiar with this train of thought? I have tried to find more informtion on this, but haven't had much luck.
     
  7. ohiominnie

    ohiominnie <font color=teal>It's interesting when you google

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    geetey,
    do an internet search for high-glycemic.
    There's a bunch of info out there.
    Interesting.
     

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