All forms—fresh, frozen, canned, dried, and 100% juice–of fruits and vegetables are beneficial to your health! The biggest difference is simply water content. Dried fruit has been dehydrated, so for the same amount of calories as a fresh, frozen, or canned form of a fruit or vegetable, the serving size is smaller. For example, there are 130 calories in a ¼ cup of raisins and only 60 calories in ½ a cup of grapes. So enjoy your fruits and vegetables anyway you would like and try this Kale with Raisins recipe!
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The Expert: Dr. Elizabeth Pivonka, a mother of two and a registered dietitian, shares years of experience in getting people to eat more fruits and veggies.Read Her Full Bio