Calories in Lime Juice

Lime Juice

Lime is probably one of the healthiest foods available. Add a dash of it in your favorite dish for flavor, make a lemonade, or a pickle; lime adds flavor and zest in food. Adding lime juice in a diabetes diet plan certainly has a lot of benefits as it is packed with nutrients and antioxidants.   

Benefits of lime juice in a diet plan for diabetic patient

  • Lime juice is a good source of Vitamin C
  • Lime juice assists in weight loss
  • Polyphenols present in lime reduces insulin resistance
  • It is full of antioxidants like hesperidin, and naringin
  • Peel of lime is known to reduce blood sugar levels
  • They are known to reduce high blood pressure and reduce risk of heart problems
  • Lime juice contains other nutrients like beta carotene, calcium, folate, potassium, and magnesium

Calories in Lime Juice (100 gm.)

Calories 25 Kcal
Protein 0.42 gm.
Fat 0.07 gm.
Saturated Fat 0.01 mg.
Carbohydrates 8.42 gm.
Fiber 0.4 gm.
Sodium 2 mg.
Potassium 117 mg.
Calcium 14 mg.
Iron 0.09 mg.
Zinc 0.08 mg.


Vitamins in Lime Juice (100 gm.)

Vitamin B2 0.01 mg.
Vitamin B6 0.04 mg.
Vitamin B9 10 μg.
Vitamin C 30 mg.