Here’s how many calories an apple has (plus nutrition facts)

by | Apr 29, 2022 | Last updated Jul 20, 2022

How many calories are in an apple?

The average apple has 95 calories.

How many carbs are in an apple?

The average apple contains 25 grams of total carbs.

Additional apple nutrition facts

A typical apple has:

  • Calories: 95
  • Fat: 0 g
  • Cholesterol: 0 mg
  • Sodium: 2 mg
  • Potassium: 195 mg
  • Carbohydrates: 25 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 4 g
  • Sugars: 19 g
  • Protein: 0.5 g

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Is an apple healthy?

Noom has a classification system that groups foods according to their caloric density. This refers to a measure of how much energy (calories) can be found within a given weight or volume of a food.

Green foods have the lowest caloric density and/or the highest concentration of healthy nutrients.  Think: veggies and whole grains.

Yellow foods have a mid-level caloric density and/or a medium amount of healthy nutrients. Think: lean meats and starches.

Red foods have the highest caloric density, are the most calorie-dense and/or have the least healthy nutrients. Think: red meats and desserts.

Red doesn’t mean “bad” and green doesn’t mean “good” (though it does mean “better”). We only recommend balancing things out in terms of portions and frequency.

What color are apples?

Within the Noom Weight program, apples are considered a green food.

We recommend that you get most of your calories from yellow foods (45%) and then green (30%) and red (25%).

What are examples of other foods?

Green foods include: whole grain bread, skim milk, cucumbers, spinach, apples, tomatoes, non-fat yogurt, broccoli, brown rice, bananas, bell peppers, strawberries, tofu, non-fat cheese, unsweetened almond milk, oatmeal, quinoa, whole grain tortilla

Yellow foods include: grilled chicken, turkey breast, tuna, salmon, lean ground beef, eggs, avocado, low-fat cheese, black beans, chickpeas

Red foods include: oils, seeds, nuts, nut butters, desserts, red meats