Which fruits have the least SUGAR?

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Fruit is necessary for a healthy diet. However, fruits also contain sugar, some in big doses. This is a difficult factor for people who suffer from diabetes and obesity. That said, if you suffer from some sort of illness, it is important to know which fruits contain the least amount of sugar and incorporate them into our diets according to our needs. In this ranking below, you will find a detailed classification of the fruits with less sugar and the quantity of sugar for each portion.

Which fruits don’t contain sugar?

Strawberries, apples and peaches are three fruits that wont increase your sugar levels, but they aren’t the only ones. In this list, you will find up to 25 types of fruits all low in sugar. If you’re looking for fruits with the least amount of sugar for diabetics or you simply want a diet low in sugar, this table will help you discover the fruits low in sugar. You can also use this ranking in reverse because a lack of sugar in our bodies can cause negative effects.

  • Açaí each 100gr. per serving ( g.)
  • Lime each 100gr. per serving ( g.)
  • Benefits of black redcurrants Blackcurrants -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (112 g.)
  • Quince -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (92 g.)
  • Loquat -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (149 g.)
  • Gooseberries -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (150 g.)
  • Avocado 0.66 g each 100gr. 0.99 g per serving (150 g.)
  • Rhubarb 1.1 g each 100gr. 1.34 g per serving (122 g.)
  • Lemon 2.5 g each 100gr. 5.30 g per serving (212 g.)
  • Star fruit 3.98 g each 100gr. 5.25 g per serving (132 g.)
  • Cranberries 4.27 g each 100gr. 4.70 g per serving (110 g.)
  • Blackberries 4.88 g each 100gr. 7.03 g per serving (144 g.)
  • Strawberries 4.89 g each 100gr. 7.43 g per serving (152 g.)
  • Watermelon 6.2 g each 100gr. 9.55 g per serving (154 g.)
  • Coconut 6.23 g each 100gr. 4.98 g per serving (80 g.)
  • Grapefruit 6.89 g each 100gr. 15.85 g per serving (230 g.)
  • Benefits of papaya Papaya 7.82 g each 100gr. 11.34 g per serving (145 g.)
  • Melon 7.86 g each 100gr. 13.91 g per serving (177 g.)
  • Nectarine 7.89 g each 100gr. 11.28 g per serving (143 g.)
  • Peach 8.39 g each 100gr. 12.92 g per serving (154 g.)
  • Cherries 8.49 g each 100gr. 13.16 g per serving (155 g.)
  • Raspberries 8.55 g each 100gr. 9.75 g per serving (242 g.)
  • Guava 8.92 g each 100gr. 14.72 g per serving (165 g.)
  • Benefits of kiwi fruit Kiwi 8.99 g each 100gr. 16.18 g per serving (180 g.)
  • Apricot 9.24 g each 100gr. 14.32 g per serving (155 g.)

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