Which vegetables have the least SUGAR?

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Sugar, along with providing energy, is one of the most common nutrients in food. You should have a low sugar diet and we recommend that you take a look at the following table where you can find which vegetables are low in sugar.

You can also consult the glycemic index of each vegetable in the glycemic index calculator. In general and in contrast with other foods, vegetables don’t usually contain a lot of sugar, but if you’re making a diet and need to control your calories, your dietitian or specialist may have said to stay away from foods with sugar.

Vegetables low in sugar

In the following ranking, you can find the vegetables and root vegetables with the least amount of sugar. This table has been created on the basis of the quantity of sugar per 100 grams. You can also find out other nutritional information corresponding to each vegetable. To access these files, you only need to click on each vegetable name.

 

  • Radish each 100gr. per serving ( g.)
  • Lamb’s Lettuce -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (56 g.)
  • Yellow peppers -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (186 g.)
  • Sun-dried tomatoes -- g each 100gr. -- g per serving (110 g.)
  • Watercress 0.2 g each 100gr. 0.07 g per serving (34 g.)
  • Benefits of turnips Turnip leaves 0.38 g each 100gr. 0.15 g per serving (40 g.)
  • Spinach 0.42 g each 100gr. 0.13 g per serving (30 g.)
  • Benefits of Lettuce Lettuce 0.78 g each 100gr. 0.28 g per serving (36 g.)
  • Potato 0.82 g each 100gr. 0.61 g per serving (75 g.)
  • Artichoke 0.99 g each 100gr. 1.27 g per serving (128 g.)
  • Garlic 1 g each 100gr. 1.36 g per serving (136 g.)
  • Chard 1.1 g each 100gr. 0.40 g per serving (36 g.)
  • Mustard Greens 1.32 g each 100gr. 0.74 g per serving (56 g.)
  • Celery 1.34 g each 100gr. 1.35 g per serving (101 g.)
  • Benefits of Chayotes Chayote 1.66 g each 100gr. 2.19 g per serving (132 g.)
  • Cucumber 1.67 g each 100gr. 0.87 g per serving (52 g.)
  • Broccoli 1.7 g each 100gr. 1.55 g per serving (91 g.)
  • Cassava 1.7 g each 100gr. 3.50 g per serving (206 g.)
  • Asparagus 1.88 g each 100gr. 2.52 g per serving (134 g.)
  • Mushrooms 1.98 g each 100gr. 1.39 g per serving (70 g.)
  • Brussels sprouts 2.2 g each 100gr. 1.94 g per serving (88 g.)
  • Green cabbage 2.26 g each 100gr. 0.36 g per serving (16 g.)
  • Shitakee mushrooms 2.38 g each 100gr. 0.45 g per serving ( g.)
  • Green pepper 2.4 g each 100gr. 3.58 g per serving (149 g.)
  • Courgette 2.5 g each 100gr. 3.10 g per serving (124 g.)

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