10 Fruits With Lowest Sugar Content

10 Fruits With Lowest Sugar Content

Here is the ranking of the less sweet fruits for their portions usually consumed.

If you follow a low carb or ketogenic diet, if you pay attention to the sugar content of your diet and you like fruits, it is important to know what you can eat, and in what proportions. Here are the fruits that are easily found on French stalls, those that contain the least sugar per serving recommended.

1 – The lemon

One could suspect that lemon is the least sweet fruit, with only 2 g of sugar per 100 g.

2 – Strawberry and raspberry

They are the least sweet red fruits. For the recommended portion of 50 g, they contain 2 g of sugar (which makes 4 g of sugar per 100 g).

3 – The plum

Plum contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, but its portion is 30 g which corresponds to about 2.7 g of sugar.

4 – The currant

The currant contains 6 g of sugar per 100 g, or 3 g for its 50 g portion,

5 – The blackberry

The blackberry contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, but its portion is 50 g, or 4.5 g of sugar per serving.

6 – Apricot

The apricot contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, like the plum, but its usual portion is 65 g which gives 5.85 g of sugar per serving.

7 – The tangerine

Mandarin also contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, or 6.3 g of sugar for its 70 g portion.

8 – The kiwi

The kiwi contains 9 g of sugar per 100, but its portion is about 75 g which gives 6.75 g of sugar for the portion.

9 – The watermelon

The watermelon contains 7 g of sugar per 100 g, which corresponds to its portion.

10 – The melon

The melon contains about 6 g of sugar per 100 g, but its portion is about 120 g which gives about 7.2 g of sugar per serving.

 

You can also find other fruits, more exotic and slightly sweet on the shelves of the market:

  • star fruit which contains 4 g of sugar per 100 g,
  • guava which contains 6 g per 100 g,
  • cranberry (fresh) which contains 7 g of sugar per 100 g.

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