Do you like fruit? So it is important to know the level of sugar present in those you eat, and in what proportions! Here are, among the fruits that are easily found on French stalls, those that contain the least sugar per recommended serving and therefore have the least impact on blood sugar, that is to say the sugar level. in the blood.
List of the 10 least sweet fruits
As you might have guessed, the lemon is the least sweet fruit, with only 2 g of sugar per 100 g .
Strawberry and raspberry
These 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).
The plum contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, but its portion is 30 g which corresponds to approximately 2.7 g of sugar.
The gooseberry contains 6 g of sugar per 100 g, i.e. 3 g for its portion is 50 g
The blackberry contains 9g of sugar per 100g, but its serving size is 50g, or 4.5g of sugar per serving .
The apricot contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, like the plum, but its usual serving size is 65 g which gives 5.85 g of sugar per serving .
The tangerine also contains 9 g of sugar per 100 g, or 6.3 g of sugar for its 70 g portion .
The kiwi contains 9 g of sugar per 100, but its serving size is about 75 g which gives 6.75 g of sugar per serving .
Watermelon contains 7 g of sugar per 100 g, which corresponds to its portion.
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.
Autumn and Winter fruits containing the least sugar
- Lemon: 2g/100g
- Grapefruit: 6g/100g
- Orange: 8g/100g
- Tangerine & Kiwi: 9 g / 100 g
- Pear: 10g/100g
- Apple, quince, black grape: 11 g/100 g
- White grape: 16 g/100 g
Spring and summer fruits with the least sugar
- Rhubarb, strawberry & raspberry: 4 g/100 g
- Gooseberry & melon: 6 g/100 g
- Nectarine & watermelon: 7 g/100 g
- Apricot, plum & blackberry : 9 g/100 g
- Blackcurrant, peach & pear: 10 g/100 g
- Blueberry, prune, apple: 11 g/100 g
- Fig: 13g /100g
- Cherry: 14g/100g
The exotic fruits containing the least sugar
You can also find other, more exotic, low-sweet fruits on the market stalls:
- The carambola which contains 4 g of sugar per 100 g,
- Guava which contains 6 g per 100 g,
- The cranberry or fresh cranberry which contains 7 g of sugar per 100 g.
Red fruits containing the least sugar
- Strawberry: 4g/100g
- Raspberry: 4g/100g
- Gooseberry: 6g/100g
- Blackberry: 9 g/100 g
Lanutrition.fr – By Marie-Charlotte Rivet Bonjean – Dietitian-nutritionist