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These types of fruit contain the least amount of sugar

No fat, no sugar, no carbohydrates: for those who wish to lose weight, the correct type of food plays a major role. However, you do not have to hold back with the following types of fruit, because they contain very little fructose, according to website bunte.de.

Tenth place: cranberries (4 grammes per 100 grammes)
This super fruit is said to help with gastric disorders and bladder infections. However, when they are dried, they contain a considerable amount of sugar. They should therefore be eaten fresh.

Ninth place: honeydew melon (3.92 grammes per 100 grammes)
The main ingredient of honeydew melon is water. Ideal for feeling full and losing weight at the same time.

Eighth place: blackberries (3.11 grammes per 100 grammes)
These dark berries are also true satisfiers. They contain vitamins C and K, and manganese which satisfies your appetite.

Seventh place: strawberries (2.30 grammes per 100 grammes)
Strawberries contain many fibres and are rich in vitamin C. This red fruit should be on the menu in any case, for those who wish to lose weight.

Sixth place: plums (2 grammes per 100 grammes)
Plums are beneficial to digestion, they stimulate metabolism, and moreover, they contain little to no fructose. Plenty of reasons to stock up on them during the next supermarket visit.

Fifth place: lemons (1.35 grammes per 100 grammes)
Lemons are not just one of the fruits with the least amount of fructose, they are also fat burners, because they stimulate metabolism. That means it is a good idea to drink a glass of water with lemon every morning. This way, you can lose weight more easily. 

Fourth place: acerola cherries (1.25 grammes per 100 grammes)
During the period when people have colds, the juice of the acerola cherries could be a life-saver. This fruit is chock full of vitamin C, and also has very little fructose.

Third place: peaches (1.23 grammes per 100 grammes)
Vitamin C, vitamin A and beta-carotene make peaches a true nutrient bomb.

Second place: papayas (0.33 gramme per 100 grammes)
This exotic fruit has made itself very praise-worthy as a supplier of folium acid and potassium. Papaya pits are also edible, however, they can be sharp.

First place: avocados (0.2 gramme per 100 grammes)
That’s right, avocado is a fruit, and furthermore, it contains the least amount of fructose.


Publication date: 1/20/2017


 


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