According to an article in the April 2012 issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine, dried fruit can be handy stand-in for fresh on your morning cereal or in salads. But just as the fruit shrinks when it's dried, so should your portion: If your follow the government's standard serving size, calories go way up. Vitamin C, however, which is sensitive to heat, drops. Fiber can go up or down. Our advice: Enjoy dried fruit as a condiment or snack, but keep your fresh fruit bowl full too.
Serving Calories Fiber Vitamin C
1 small apple 77 4 12%