This is what 100 calories of your favorite fruit looks like

Do you know what 100 calories of fresh fruit really looks like? We were surprised to see just how many raspberries and blueberries you can eat before hitting 100 calories, yet when it comes to fruits like peaches, you might be surprised on how much you've been eating.

If you're wondering why you can eat so much of one kind of fruit before hitting 100 calories and so little of another, it has a lot to do with the carbohydrate and sugar count. For instance, one mango is 200 calories and has 50 grams of carbs and 24 grams of sugar, whereas it takes 200 calories-worth of raspberries to reach anywhere near those breakdowns. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't eat mangoes and peaches — higher-calorie fruits still have incredible health benefits and can keep you fuller for longer, so give them a chance.

To be ultra-specific on what 100 calories of fresh fruit looks like, we've spelled it out below. All information collected comes from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

What 100 calories of fresh fruit looks like:

Apple = 1 (medium, about 3-inch diameter)

Banana = 1 (medium, about 7 inches long)

Orange = 12 (slices)

Grapes= 30

Mango = 1/2

Strawberries = 17 (medium-sized)

Raspberries = 100

Blueberries = 128

Peaches= 1.5 (2-inch diameter)

Pineapple = 1.25 cups (cut in chunks)