• Prasu Maru

How Many Calories In An Orange?

Updated: Oct 22, 2019

Health is Wealth, and healthy life starts from inside; like a fresh, fruity and juicy Orange.

The orange is categorized as sour fruit, is part of the Rutaceae family and is a citrus fruit. The most important citrus fruits are oranges, lemons, mandarins, grapefruit, clementines, and bergamots. Oranges supply an almost low-calorie intake. A great source of diverse vitamins and nutrients, in particular, vitamin C. Orange juice provides more vitamin C than the whole fruit, but a lower content of dietary fiber. How many calories in an orange?


One orange around 100 g has 47 calories.

One Large Orange (around 185 g) = Approx 85 calories

The orange is a fruit that can be eaten fresh or can be used for the preparation of juices, jams, and other processed products.


Orange Calories

A medium-size juicy and fresh orange considering about 120 to 140 grams, carries 50 to 60 calories, according to study and dietary guidelines; there is a cup of about 85 calories is filled in two sliced oranges. And if you prefer orange juice, a glass of fresh juice holds nearly 130 calories (around 3 oranges). A glass of packaged orange juice contains around 100 calories. A cup of orange juice made from frozen concentrate, unsweetened and diluted with three parts of water, has about 110 calories.


Different Sizes and calories of a Orange

  • Small size oranges nearly 100 g - nearly 47 calories.

  • Large size, about 180 gm to 200 gm - around 90 calories

  • 1 cup sections average180 gm - approx 85 calories

  • 1 glass of fresh juice (mostly3 oranges) - roundly 130 calories

The energy benefit of the essential oil from orange is 900 kcal/100 g, while the calorie content of the fruit is 47 kcal/100 g. The sign is hightranquillityroduct is used in the smallest volumes, so you should not be afraid.iabetes, and various complications of gastrointestinal concerns. Surely the oranges are fruits that can be consumed with comparative tranquillity and that can help to sustain the best nutritional and health status.

Oranges are fat-free fruits, free from saturated fats, lacking in sodium, and are preferably a good source of fiber, potassium, vitamin C and vitideal A as well as many bio-active compounds that can likely be beneficial to health.

Orange Nutrition per 100 gm

  • 100 g Orange - 47 Kcal

  • Total Carbohydrate - 12 g

  • Sugar - 9 g

  • Dietary fiber - 2.4 g

  • Total Fat - 0.1 g

  • Cholesterol - 0 mg

  • Sodium - 0 mg

  • Potassium - 181 mg

  • Vitamin C - 88%

  • Calcium - 4%

  • Vitamins A and B6 - total 9%


The health benefits of orange

Due to its composition, juicy orange fruit is idea for the human body, like a banana is ( read How Many Calories in a Banana ) because fibrestributes to:

  • Regulation of metabolic processes;

  • The consumption of iron;

  • Increase capillary flexibility;

  • Accelerate collagen synthesis, which enhances the hea of the skin cells;

  • Timely stimulation of the immune syste

  • The removal of toxins and toxins;

  • Bone strengthening;





Most of the beneficial fibers and taste elements are gathered not in the pulp, but in the white partitions and zest The top peel with a refreshing citrus aroma;

soft spongy white shell rich in pectin. ( Read How many calories in an Egg?)




The calorie content of the orange is low, so we should not retain a calorie record with an orange. We can carefully have fruit in small quantities every day if we are not allergic to citrus fruits, without being afraid of diabetes, and various complications of gastrointestinal concerns. Surely the oranges are fruits that can be consumed with comparative tranquillity and that can help to sustain the best nutritional and health status.



Calorie and Usage of Orange Oil

  • Used as a bactericidal agent;

  • Contributes to the fast-healing of superficial injuries;

  • It helps to reduce toxins from the body.

  • It has a rejuvenating effect;

  • The energy benefit of the essential oil from orange is 900 kcal/100 g, while the calorie content of the fruit is 47 kcal/100 g. The sign is high, but the product is used in the smallest volumes, so you should not be afraid.


The calorie content of the orange is low, so we should not retain a calorie record with an orange. We can carefully have fruit in small quantities every day if we are not allergic to citrus fruits, without being afraid of diabetes, and various complications of gastrointestinal concerns. Surely the oranges are fruits that can be consumed with comparative tranquility and that can help to sustain the best nutritional and health status.



So, like an apple, a day keeps the doctor away, don't forget to add some juicy, healthy, and wealthy oranges in your daily diet too.


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