The calorie content in fresh, raw cantaloupes differs from dried and preserved cantaloupes. One ounce of fresh Cantaloupe contains 100 calories while a one third cup serving of dried cantaloupe contains around 134 calories.
The calorie content in one cup balls of fresh raw Cantaloupe which weighs around 177 grams contains around 60 calories out of which only 3 calories come from fat. The total fat content in Cantaloupe is 0.3 grams including 0.1 grams of saturated fat and polyunsaturated fat each. The total protein content in an equal quantity of cantaloupe is 1.5 grams, carbohydrates content is 14.4 grams, dietary fiber is 1.6 grams and sugar is 13.9 grams.
One cup of fresh, raw Cantaloupe cubes which weighs around 160 grams contains 54 calories out of which 3 calories come from fat. The other micronutrients are more or less the same in both Cantaloupe balls and Cantaloupe cube serving. Cantaloupe is also a rich source Vitamin A and Vitamin C. It is also contains essential minerals such as iron and calcium. One cup of diced Cantaloupe contains 53 calories out of which 3 calories come from fat. The sodium content in an equal quantity of Cantaloupe is 25 mg, protein content is 1.3 grams, total carbohydrates content is 12.7 grams, dietary fiber content is 1.4 grams and sugar content is 12.3 grams.
An average serving of fresh, raw cantaloupe contains 10 cantaloupe balls. This serving contains 47 calories out of which 2 calories come from fat. The sodium content is 22 mg, Carbohydrates is 11.3 grams, 1.2 grams is dietary fiber, 10.8 grams is sugar and 1.2 grams is proteins. Cantaloupe seeds are also quite nutritious; these are consumed for various health benefits. A one fourth cup of cantaloupe seeds contain 160 calories out of which 72 calories come from fat.