What are the best low sugar fruits

8 delicious fruits and berries with very little sugar

Strawberries

The sweet berries, which botanically speaking (just as little as raspberries and blackberries) are not berries, but Common nuts are, there are six grams of carbohydrates (read: fructose) per 100 grams Dietary fiber, strawberries, which ensure a long satiety, contain, among other things. Iron, calcium and an extra helping of vitamin C.

 

32 kilocalories per 100 grams

Raspberries

Raspberries exist too 85 percent water. The pulp is rich in Vitamins (Vitamin B1, B2, B6, Vitamin C and Vitamin E) and Minerals (Iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium and many more). The small berries strengthen the immune system and stimulate the metabolism. Since they only contain 4.8 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams, they are extremely good healthy and low-sugar snack.

 

34 kilocalories per 100 grams

Blackberries

Blackberries taste good depending on their degree of ripeness sour or very sweet. The dark berries contain around three grams of fructose per 100 grams. In addition to fiber, they are rich in vitamin C, vitamin B1 and vitamin K.

 

43 kilocalories per 100 grams

blueberries

Blueberries or bilberries are one local superfood. They contain z. B. Polyphenols, which have a positive effect on sugar and fat burning. With six grams of sugar per 100 grams, they have twice as much fructose as blackberries, but are still considered low in sugar. The high content of antioxidants makes them a popular antiaging food. They also contain Anthocyanins, which can help lower cholesterol.

 

42 kilocalories per 100 grams

 

papaya

Did you know that you can also do that Kernels of papaya can eat? No? We neither. 😉 But we will definitely try it, but the kernels should be spicy. The exotic fruit is rich in Folic acid, potassium, vitamin C, calcium and magnesium. For every 100 grams there are about seven grams of carbohydrates, i.e. fructose. The papaya, which belongs to the melon tree family, should be yellow-reddish when bought and give way a little when pressed.

 

39 kilocalories per 100 grams

Watermelon

Twice as good! Watermelon is not only healthy, but also thirst-quenching. As the name suggests, it is closed 95 percent water. Stuck in the pulp Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Iron.

 

30 kilocalories per 100 grams

Honeydew melon

Unlike watermelons, honeydew melons contain honeydew melons more fructose. With a similarly high water content - approx. 85 percent - honeydew melons are also considered Thirst quenchers and are a perfect snack for hot summer days.

 

50 kilocalories per 100 grams

 

 

avocado

Yes, you read that right! Avocados are no vegetables, but are part of the fruit. They contain on least sugar of the fruit and berry varieties listed here, but they are rich in healthy ones unsaturated fatty acids. In addition, the green butterfruit, which is botanically a berry (it's getting wilder and wilder here with this avocado!), Scores with a large amount of Vitamins, beta-carotene and biotin.

 

160 kilocalories per 100 grams