Raspberries may be consumed in raw form or you may also consume raspberry juice. Either way it tastes delicious and also provides various micronutrients that are essential for the body. However, the calorie content and the amount of these micronutrients may vary based on its form. One cup of raw raspberry contains around 60.3 calories out of which 6.1 calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal quantity of raspberry is 0.68grams, total saturated fat is 0.023 grams and polyunsaturated fat content is 0.38 grams. The total potassium content in a cup of raw raspberry is 187 mg, total carbohydrate content is 14.2 grams, dietary fiber is 8.4 grams and protein content is 1.1 grams.
Raspberries are small in size and very low in calories. An average sized single raw raspberry contains as low as 0.93 calories out of which 0.094 calories come from fat. The total fat content in a single raspberry piece is 0.01 gram out of which 0.00036 grams is saturated fat, 0.0059 grams is polyunsaturated fat and 0.001 gram is monounsaturated fat content. The potassium content in an equal quantity of raspberry is 2.9 mg, carbohydrate content is 0.22 gram, dietary fiber is 0.13 gram and protein content is 0.017 gram.
Raspberry jam is also quite popular. You may apply it on a slice of bread and enjoy the delicious combination. Half a tablespoon of Raspberry jam contains around 15 calories. The calorie content in raspberry jam is quite high as compared to the raw raspberry because of the sugar content and preservatives added to it.
Crane Raspberry juice is another popular choice. Consuming one cup of cran raspberry juice provides 120 calories. The sodium content in an equal serving of cran raspberry juice is 80 mg, potassium content is 25 mg and total carbohydrate content is 30 grams. It is also a rich source of Vitamin C.