Strawberries vs Blueberries: Which is Better? A Comparison


Many questions people ask me as a Certified Health and Nutrition Coach are about healthy fruits. Strawberries and blueberries are often mentioned. A common question asked is which one is better, strawberries or blueberries?

Blueberries are better due to their higher percentage of protein, fiber and vitamins than strawberries. Blueberries contain 7,489 more antioxidants than strawberries per one cup serving. That equals 126% more antioxidants for blueberries. 

This article will include a side-by-side nutrient comparison of both fruits. I’ll examine which is better for particular goals and take a look at their glycemic indexes, tastes, textures, prices and whether one can substitute for the other.

Strawberries vs Blueberries: Nutrient Comparison

The following table is a nutrient comparison between strawberries and blueberries per 100 grams:

  Strawberries (100 grams) Blueberries (100 grams)
Calories 32 57
Protein 0.67 g 0.74 g
Carbohydrates 7.68 g 14.50 g
Fiber 2.0 g 2.4 g
Fat 0.30 g 0.33 g
Sugar 4.89 g 9.96 g
Vitamin A 12 IU 54 IU
Vitamin C 58.8 mg 9.7 mg
Vitamin D 0 IU 0 IU
Vitamin B6 0.04 mg 0.05 mg
Vitamin B9 (Folate) 24 mcg  6 mcg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) 0.02 mg  0.03 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.02 mg  0.04 mg
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 0.38 mg  0.41 mg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 0.12 mg  0.12 mg
Magnesium 13 mg  6 mg
Phosphorous 24 mg  12 mg
Potassium 153 mg 77 mg
Iron 0.41 mg 0.28 mg
Copper 0.05 mg  0.06 mg
Calcium 16 mg 6 mg
Zinc 0.14 mg  0.16 mg
Total antioxidants 5,938 (1 cup) Wild: 13,427 (1 cup)

Cultivated: 9,019 (1 cup)

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One of the most difficult questions to answer is which one is healthier because both fruits are nutrient dense. Therefore, let’s answer the question, which is healthier, strawberries or blueberries?

Blueberries are healthier due to their higher percentage of protein, fiber, vitamins and antioxidants. Blueberries contain more vitamin A, B6, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, copper and zinc than strawberries. Wild or cultivated blueberries contain more antioxidants per one cup than strawberries.

Strawberries are considered healthy also and provide a good number of nutrients. Strawberries provide a higher percentage of vitamin C, folate, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, iron and calcium.

Let’s examine their macros and nutrients one by one and determine the difference between each fruit.

Calories

  • Blueberries contain 57 calories per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 32 calories per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 78% more calories than strawberries per 100 grams.

Protein

  • Blueberries contain 0.74 grams of protein per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 0.67 grams of protein per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 10.4% more protein than strawberries per 100 grams.

Carbohydrates

  • Blueberries contain 14.50 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 7.68 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 89% more carbohydrates than strawberries per 100 grams.

Fiber

  • Blueberries contain 2.40 grams of fiber per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 2.00 grams of fiber per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 20% more fiber than strawberries per 100 grams.

Sugar

  • Blueberries contain 9.96 grams of sugar per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 4.89 grams of sugar per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 103% more sugar than strawberries per 100 grams.

Vitamin A

  • Blueberries contain 54 IUs of vitamin A per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 12 IUs of vitamin A per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 350% more vitamin A than strawberries per 100 grams.

Vitamin C

  • Blueberries contain 9.7 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 58.8 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams.

Strawberries contain 506% more vitamin C than blueberries per 100 grams.

B Vitamins

  • Blueberries provide a higher percentage of B1, B2, B3 and B6 than strawberries.
  • Strawberries provide a higher percentage of B9 than blueberries.
  • Both contain a similar percentage of B5.

The B vitamins provided include the following:

  1. B1 (thiamin) 
  2. B2 (riboflavin) 
  3. B3 (niacin) 
  4. B5 (pantothenic acid)
  5. B6 
  6. B9 (folate) 

Magnesium

  • Blueberries contain 6 mg of magnesium per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 13 mg of magnesium per 100 grams.

Strawberries contain 116% more magnesium than blueberries per 100 grams.

Phosphorus

  • Blueberries contain 12 mg of phosphorus per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 24 mg of phosphorus per 100 grams.

Strawberries contain 100% more phosphorus than blueberries per 100 grams.

Potassium

  • Blueberries contain 77 mg of potassium per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 153 mg of potassium per 100 grams.

Strawberries contain 99% more potassium than blueberries per 100 grams.

Iron

  • Blueberries contain 0.28 mg of iron per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 0.41 mg of iron per 100 grams.

Strawberries contain 47% more iron than blueberries per 100 grams.

Copper

  • Blueberries contain 0.06 mg of copper per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 0.05 mg of copper per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 20% more copper than strawberries per 100 grams.

Calcium

  • Blueberries contain 6 mg of calcium per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 16 mg of calcium per 100 grams.

Strawberries contain 166% more calcium than blueberries per 100 grams.

Zinc

  • Blueberries contain 16 mg of zinc per 100 grams.
  • Strawberries contain 14 mg of zinc per 100 grams.

Blueberries contain 14% more zinc than strawberries per 100 grams.

Antioxidants

  • Wild blueberries contain 13,427 of antioxidants per one cup.
  • Cultivated blueberries contain 9,019 of antioxidants per one cup.
  • Strawberries contain 5,938 of antioxidants per one cup.

That’s a big difference in antioxidants. Let’s find out how much more in percentages.

  • Wild blueberries contain 126% more antioxidants than strawberries per one cup.
  • Cultivated blueberries contain 52% more antioxidants than strawberries per one cup.

Berries are very high in antioxidants compared to other fruits and foods. Wild blueberries have the highest and cultivated blueberries have the 2nd most.

Below is a list showing the total number of antioxidants per cup in the different berries and fruit.

  • Wild blueberries – 13,427
  • Cultivated blueberries – 9,019
  • Cranberries – 8,983
  • Blackberries – 7,701
  • Raspberries – 6,058
  • Strawberries – 5,938
  • Black plums – 4,873
  • Sweet cherries – 4,873
  • Red grapes – 2,016

strawberries vs blueberries nutrient comparison

Strawberries vs Blueberries: Which to Choose?

Many people have particular goals which food plays a huge role in. Which fruit you choose may depend on your particular goal.

Therefore, in this section I examine the most common goals and determine if strawberries or blueberries is the better choice for each one.

Weight Loss

The number of calories in each meal or snack can add up pretty quickly. If you’re looking to lose some extra pounds from the belly, the number of calories will matter to you. 

Therefore, let’s examine which is better for weight loss, strawberries or blueberries.

  • Strawberries are better for weight loss because they contain 82% fewer calories per one cup than blueberries. Strawberries contain 46 calories per one cup serving. Blueberries contain 84 calories per one cup serving.

Low Carb or Keto Diets

The goal of any Keto type diet is to take in the least amount of carbohydrates as possible. The numbers can be so limited every carbohydrate can make a difference by the end of the day.

Therefore, let’s examine which one has fewer carbohydrates, strawberries or blueberries.

  • Strawberries are better for low-carb diets because they contain 93% fewer carbohydrates per one cup than blueberries. Strawberries contain 11.1 grams of carbohydrates per one cup serving. Blueberries contain 21.5 grams of carbohydrates per one cup.

Bodybuilding

Protein and carbs both play a role in bodybuilding. Protein helps to build and repair muscle after a good workout. Healthy carbohydrates help to fuel energy and increase performance when weight training or exercising.

If gaining lean muscle mass is your goal, then the amount of protein and carbohydrates will probably matter to you. Therefore, let’s take a look at which is better for bodybuilding, strawberries or blueberries.

  • Blueberries are better for bodybuilding because they contain 14% more protein and 93% more carbohydrates per one cup serving than strawberries. Blueberries also contain more calories which may help when in a bulking phase to grow muscle.

Sugar Concerns

If the amount of sugar in your meals is important, you’ll want to know which one has more sugar.

  • Blueberries have 109% more grams of sugar per one cup serving than strawberries. Blueberries contain 14.70 grams of sugar per one cup serving. Strawberries contain 7.04 grams of sugar per one cup serving.

Gluten Free

For people who have celiac disease or wish to follow a gluten free diet the goal is clear cut, avoid gluten. Therefore, let’s answer which one is gluten free, strawberries or blueberries.

  • Strawberries and blueberries are both gluten free and good for gluten free diets.

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Strawberries vs Blueberries: Glycemic Indexes

The Glycemic Index (GI) is a scale measuring how fast a particular food raises the blood sugar in the blood 3. Blood sugar spikes can lead to health complications with the heart, nerves, kidneys and eyes 4

Foods on the GI scale are categorized as:

  • Low-GI foods: 55 or under
  • Medium-GI foods: 56-69
  • High-GI foods: 70 or over

How blood sugars levels are affected:

  • Foods with a glycemic index 70 or more cause a quicker spike in blood sugar levels.
  • Foods with a glycemic index 56 to 69 cause a moderate spike in blood sugar levels.
  • Foods with a glycemic index 55 or less cause a slow spike in blood sugar levels.

Let’s examine if strawberries or blueberries have a lower glycemic index.

Strawberries have a lower glycemic index than blueberries although both are low-GI foods with glycemic scores fewer than 55. The following are the glycemic scores found in The University Of Sydney GI database:

  • Strawberry, raw: 40
  • Wild blueberries, raw: 53

Find out how strawberries compared to Cherries in my article, Cherries vs Strawberries – A Complete Comparison.

Strawberries vs Blueberries – Which Cost More?

The cost of food keeps rising and almost every trip to the supermarket seems to cost more and more money. Therefore, I’m sure the price of food matters to most people.

Let’s take a close look at which one is better for the price, strawberries or blueberries.

Blueberries cost 47% more than strawberries per ounce. Blueberries average cost per ounce is $0.28 and the average price for strawberries per ounce is $0.19.

To conduct my own research, I checked two different supermarkets located in my area. Both supermarkets are on different levels of pricing. Walmart is the most economical and Shoprite being more expensive.

Here are my findings:

Walmart:

  • Organic blueberries (frozen) – 10 oz $2.74 ($0.27 per ounce) 
  • Organic strawberries (frozen) – 16 oz $2.24 ($0.14 per ounce)

Shoprite:

  • Blueberries (frozen) – 12 oz $3.50 ($0.29 per ounce)
  • Strawberries (frozen) – 12 oz $2.99 ($0.25 per ounce)

Generally speaking, there are more strawberries available, and they are easier to grow. This makes them cheaper to grow and distribute.

Blueberries are much less forgiving to grow than strawberries. They are in higher demand but with less availability. This makes blueberries generally more expensive than strawberries, no matter where you happen to live.

If cost is not a factor in your decision making, you may want to alternate both fruits for some nutrient variety and different taste.

Are Organic Strawberries And Blueberries Worth The Extra Cost?

Organically grown vegetables and blueberries are higher in vitamins and nutrients than their regularly grown varieties.

Organic fruits and vegetables are naturally grown without using any harmful pesticides, insecticides or other poisons that are ultimately harmful to humans.

Strawberries and blueberries grown organically are much safer to eat. If you are eating these fruits for their nutritional value, the organic varieties are much more beneficial to your health.

For these reasons, organic strawberries and blueberries are worth the extra cost compared to regular varieties. Especially for strawberries which have made number one on the dirty dozen foods list for six straight years 5. Read more about that important fact in the next section below.

have you heard organic blueberries have worms? Find out in my article, Do Organic Blueberries Have Worms?

shopping for blueberries
Shopping for blueberries.

Which Fruit, Strawberries or Blueberries Contains The Most Pesticides?

Strawberries contain more pesticides than blueberries. Strawberries are the number one fruit or vegetable on the Environmental Working Group 2022 Dirty Dozen List. Blueberries are listed number fourteen. The list contains the top fruit and vegetables containing the highest traces of pesticides.

The following is the top 20 of the 2022 Dirty Dozen Foods List:

  1. Strawberries
  2. Spinach
  3. Kale, collards and mustard greens
  4. Nectarines
  5. Apples
  6. Grapes
  7. Bell and hot peppers
  8. Cherries
  9. Peaches
  10. Pears
  11. Celery
  12. Tomatoes
  13. Potatoes
  14. Blueberries
  15. Cherry tomatoes
  16. Winter aquash
  17. Lettuce
  18. Cucumbers
  19. Tangerines
  20. Green beans

Strawberries have made number one on the list for the sixth year straight. Ninety percent of the fruit and vegetables tested, including strawberries, tested positive for two or more pesticides 5 6. This is one of the main reasons why I always try to purchase organic strawberries or blueberries when shopping.

Strawberries vs Blueberries: Taste and Texture

Sometimes all the goals listed above don’t matter and the taste and texture does. After all, if someone doesn’t like how a food tastes, they will probably leave it on the shelf.

Therefore, let’s examine how the taste and texture of strawberries and blueberries compare.

Strawberries taste sweeter than blueberries which are sweet but also have blandness or tartness. Strawberries have a firmer texture than the softer, squishier blueberry. Strawberry provides a larger bite than the smaller blueberry. Strawberries and blueberries are both juicy.

Both fruits increase in sweetness the riper they are.

I wanted to get the opinion of real people like you by conducting some original research. Therefore, I reached out to some members of food groups, my clients and readers. I asked, what tastes better, strawberries or blueberries?

  • 46% said they preferred the taste of strawberries.
  • 38% said they preferred the taste of blueberries.
  • 16% said they had no preference, or it depended on their mood.

In the battle of taste, strawberries taste better than blueberries and was the winner in the poll.

If you’re wondering which blueberries are the sweetest, check out my blog post on the subject, A Guide To Blueberry Types And Taste.

Substituting Strawberries and Blueberries

Sometimes people want to substitute one food for the other due to availability, taste or price. This makes people wonder if they can substitute strawberries for blueberries.

Blueberries and strawberries can substitute for each other although the flavor will differ. Strawberries and blueberries are great substitutes when making jam, muffins, pies or jelly. When substituting strawberries and blueberries for each other, use a 1:1 ratio and the preparation and cooking times should be similar. 

Food Pairings for blueberries:

  • Bananas
  • Ginger
  • Tomatoes
  • Peaches
  • Sharp cheddar cheese
  • Honey
  • Lemon
  • Other fruits

Blueberries can be used for the following recipes or dishes:

  • Muffins
  • Pies
  • Cakes
  • Any baking product.
  • Deserts
  • Ice cream
  • Smoothies
  • Yogurts
  • Puddings
  • Salads

If you’re baking with blueberries, you’ll want to know if you can use frozen blueberries without thawing. Find out in my article, Should You Thaw Blueberries Before Baking?

blueberries and oatmeal
Oatmeal with blueberries.

Food pairings for strawberries:

  • Milk, dark or white chocolate.
  • Bananas.
  • Other fruits.
  • Add to a salad.
  • Balsamic vinegar.

Strawberries can be used for the following recipes or dishes:

  • Pies
  • Cakes
  • Ice cream
  • Deserts
  • Pancakes
  • Raw snack
  • Smoothies
  • Yogurts
  • Salads
  • Muffins

Did you know some strawberries taste better than others? I wrote a blog post on it which you can check out here, 5 Strawberries That Have The Best Taste

Strawberries vs Blueberries: Storage

Strawberries and blueberries react very similarly to heat, cold, moisture and freezing. Therefore, the proper way to store both of these foods is the same.

Strawberries and blueberries will stay fresh outside of the refrigerator or freezer. Therefore, if you intend using them soon after bringing them home, keeping them on the counter for a few hours will not damage them.

Will they ripen on the counter? Read my blog post here, Will Strawberries Ripen on the Counter?

To keep strawberries and blueberries fresh for about a week in the refrigerator, do not wash them before refrigerating 7. Extra moisture on the fruit will cause them to become very soft, making them feel over-ripe.

Preferably, wash your strawberries or blueberries just before eating them and keep them in the refrigerator while dry 8.

Leaving the strawberry stems intact within the strawberries helps keep them firm on the inside and helps prolong their life-span when stored in the refrigerator.

Strawberries or blueberries may be stored for extended periods by freezing them. Frozen fruits will last much longer than refrigerated fruits. They may stay good up to a year in the freezer.

They can be stored the same way but can you actually store them together? Find out in my article, Can You Store Blueberries and Strawberries Together?

Strawberry vs Blueberry: Health Benefits

This section will examine the health benefits of each fruit based on their nutrient profile.

Blueberry Health Benefits

Protein

Blueberries provide a little more protein than strawberries. Protein may help benefit the following:

  • Reduce appetite
  • Build and repair muscle
  • Boost metabolism
  • Weight loss

Fiber

Blueberries provide a higher percentage of fiber than strawberries. Fiber is helpful for many reasons 9.

Fiber is known for the following:

  • Manage the blood glucose levels which helps decrease the risk of diabetes.
  • Helps avoid constipation and have a more regular stool.
  • Help overall digestive health.
  • Aids greatly in weight management because it allows you to feel full faster and eat less. 

Vitamin A and Beta Carotene

Blueberries provide 350% more vitamin A and contains more beta carotene than strawberries.

The body converts beta-carotene into vitamin A. Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant that can help reduce cellular damage by controlling the negative effects of free radicals 10.

An increased number of vitamin A has been shown to fight and prevent cardiovascular disease, which is the leading cause of death in the United States 11.

Vitamin A also helps:

  • Eye health
  • Cognitive function
  • Cancer protection
  • Skin protection

B Vitamins

Blueberries provide more B vitamins than strawberries. The B vitamins provided help support the following 12:

  • Nerve function.
  • Red blood cells.
  • Brain function.
  • Digestion.
  • Cardiovascular disease.
  • Energy levels.

Antioxidants

Approximately, blueberries have twice the number of antioxidants than strawberries. This is what gives blueberries their edge. Why are antioxidants so important? They help fight disease by preventing and repairing stress from oxidation 13. 

During oxidation, cells become damaged and turns into free radicals. Free radicals will cause more damage to cells. The more damage to your body’s tissue can lead to a number of diseases like the following:

  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Cancer

One of the ways to battle free radicals and oxidative stress is to increase the number of antioxidants. Of all the foods high in antioxidants berries are on the top of the fruit category. Blueberries top the list of fruits and berries.

The top 11 foods on the USDA Top Antioxidant List are the following:

  1. Small red beans
  2. Wild blueberries
  3. Red kidney beans
  4. Pinto beans
  5. Cultivated blueberries
  6. Cranberries
  7. Artichokes
  8. Blackberries 
  9. Prunes
  10. Raspberries
  11. Strawberries
strawberry yogurt parfait
Strawberry yogurt parfait.

Strawberry Health Benefits

Magnesium

Strawberries provide over double the amount of magnesium than blueberries. The magnesium provided helps the body control the following:

  • High blood pressure
  • Nerve function
  • Muscle function
  • Blood sugar
  • Insomnia

Magnesium helps keep blood pressure levels stable and balanced. Recent scientific research examined previous studies and concluded magnesium supplementation decreased systolic and diastolic blood pressure 14.

Many people supplement with magnesium in the evening because it helps calm the whole body including blood vessels.

Potassium

Strawberries have double the amount of potassium than blueberries. According to Harvard Health, a number of studies have shown a connection between low potassium levels and high blood pressure 15. Potassium helps reduce the sodium in the body.

Potassium helps the body reduce excess fluid therefore reducing blood pressure 16.

Some medical experts recommend the potassium to sodium ratio of 4:1. Consuming not enough potassium or too much sodium throws off the delicate balance the kidneys need to remove the excess water 17.

Iron

Strawberries provide almost 50% more iron than blueberries. Why is this important?

Iron is a necessary part of any healthy diet 18 and may help with the following:

  • Help the immune system.
  • Is essential the creation of red blood cells.
  • Help some hormones remain balanced.
  • Vital for growth and development.

Calcium

Strawberries provide over 100% more calcium than blueberries. Calcium helps the following:

  • Helps nerve function.
  • Help the muscles to function properly.
  • Build and maintain strong bones.

In addition, calcium is important for the heart and blood pressure. Harvard Health reports calcium helps maintain blood pressure by helping in the controlling of the relaxing and tightening of blood vessels 19.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is required by the body for normal growth and development, which is a good reason why many parents give strawberries to their kids.

Vitamin C helps with the growth and repair of the following:

  • Tendons
  • Skin
  • Cartilage
  • Bones
  • Teeth
  • Ligaments
  • Blood vessels

Vitamin C promotes the development of scar tissue as well. In addition, Vitamin C helps the body to correctly absorb iron.

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant helping to prevent the damage caused to the body by free radicals. Free radicals are big influencers in the body’s aging processes and may be a cause of cancers, heart disease and arthritis.

Can You Eat Strawberries Or Blueberries Everyday?

We have established both of these berries are extremely beneficial to you. You might be wondering whether or not it is a good idea to eat one or both of these every day. Let’s take a look.

Strawberries and blueberries can be included in the total servings of recommended fruits per day. The American Heart Association recommends four servings or two cups of fruit per day 20. They don’t state which specific fruit.

Fresh fruit is a healthy part of any nutrition plan as long as its consumed in moderation. It’s always best to eat a wide variety of different fruits to gain the benefits and nutrients of all them combined.

The popular mediterranean diet recommends eating fruit everyday but doesn’t specify which fruit or how much.

As with any nutrition plan, always check with your physician and be guided by their recommendations.

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