How many calories in a Tangerine? See below, the Tangerine calories for the different serving sizes. We provide you with Tangerine nutrition facts and the health benefits of Tangerines to help you to lose weight and eat a healthy diet.
Tangerines are a bright orange citrus fruit and a variety of the Mandarin Orange. Smaller in size than an orange and also easier to peel. As with other citrus fruits they are full of Vitamin C.
They also contain folic acid and beta carotene. Other nutrients include magnesium, potassium and calcium with vitamins B1-3 also present. Tangerine oil eases constipation and keeps your skin looking good. Other Tangerine benefits include being great as a snack as they can replace high calorie fatty cakes. Tangerines are free of fat, sodium and cholesterol.
In a study on mice at the University of Western Ontario in 2011, the fruit was shown to reduce strokes, heart attacks and diabetes by keeping the rodents free from obesity. Tangerines contain a flavonoid, Nobiletin, which was shown to protect the mice from atherosclerosis and stop the arteries from furring up.
We have two calorie tables below, sourced from the US Department of Agriculture, that show the calorie information for both Tangerines and Tangerine juice. See our fruit calories comparison chart to compare the calories in a Tangerine with the other calories in fruit.
Take a look at the Tangerine nutrition to learn more in depth information. Also, have a look how nutritious Tangerines are in comparison to the other fruit nutrition facts.
Calories per Serving
|100 grams||53 kcal (223 kJ)|
|1 cup, sections, 195 grams||103 kcal (435 kJ)|
|1 small (2-1/4" dia), 76 grams||40 kcal (169 kJ)|
|1 medium (2-1/2" dia), 88 grams||47 kcal (196 kJ)|
|1 large (2-3/4" dia), 120 grams||64 kcal (268 kJ)|
|1 NLEA serving, 109 grams||58 kcal (243 kJ)|
Calories per Serving
|100 grams||43 kcal (180 kJ)|
|1 cup, 247 grams||106 kcal (445 kJ)|
|1 fl oz, 30.9 grams||13 kcal (56 kJ)|
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