Fruit is full of vitamins, but often contains a lot of fructose. We show you the top 20 poorest sugar fruits that help you lose weight

Is fructose the "better" Sugar? No!

Fruit is considered healthy - and heard daily on the menu. Or maybe not? Because in recent times is the fructose contained, also called fructose, in the criticism. Because even fruit you can get fat - assuming you eat so much of it that the organism receives more calories than it consumes. However, because fruits have compared to most other foods a low energy density (which is the number of calories per 100 grams), it is almost impossible under normal circumstances, to eat as much fruit, so that bursts its calorie needs. Nonetheless fruit contains a lot of sugar - and sugar is a genuine villain among the foods. Too much sugar does not make fat, but also ill: diabetes, an increased risk of heart attack and even impotence problems can be the result.

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But the much healthier Fructose is a sly old dog: When fructose is a simple sugar that goes quickly into the bloodstream. Fructose is next to a glucose component of our normal table sugar (sucrose). Say, 1 part of fructose and 1 part glucose = sucrose. Fructose provides per 100 grams about as much energy as normal sugar (glucose) - about 400 kilocalories. Since fructose itself does not lead to the release of insulin - unlike glucose - but the brain receives no signal saturation, if too much fructose is eaten. The result is that more time is eaten it quickly, as the body needs. In addition, fruit sugar is just as harmful to the teeth as normal sugar. 

So the food industry tricks with fructose

Naturally comes fructose but only in fruit, fruit juices, honey and some vegetables. But fructose is often used by the food industry to sugared products "healthier"appear to have. Because let's face it: If in the ingredients list "natural fruit sweetener" and not sugar is to which product you would rather grab? Here is the so-called "fruit sweetness" little to do with healthy fruits, because this sweet extracts come from fruits such as Grapes or apples used, which actually more named "Sugar extract from fruits" would have to be declared.

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Also, glucose-fructose syrup is often used - but is basically nothing more than sugar syrup. With healthy fruits was at least not sweetened here and palmed the customer of hidden sugar. A senior US study showed several years ago that fructose particular grow fat in the abdominal area and it is the considered to be particularly dangerous because they increase the risk of cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

Conclusion: Put on low sugar fruit

And the consequence: Quite without fruit, just to take as little fructose to himself? Please do not! is fruit and remains an integral part of a healthy and balanced diet and should under no circumstances be removed from the diet. Because in addition to fructose delivers fruit also plenty of vitamins, minerals and fiber - and may on and you should not do without. However, it makes sense to pay attention to the sugar content of fruit and if possible to enjoy low sugar fruits such. As berries, Papaya.Wir show you the 20 poorest sugar fruits in the ranking (see above in the Media Show - simply right click on the arrow. 

100 grams plums contain 10 grams of carbohydrates2/22
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100 grams plums contain 10 grams of carbohydrates

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Plum:
Place 20 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams plums contain 10 grams of carbohydrates

Prunes are excellent source of energy for in between. They provide many important vitamins and minerals such as pro-vitamin A, B vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate and potassium. Dried plums also have a positive effect on the liver and help with digestive problems. 

100 grams of grapefruit contained 9 grams of carbohydrates3/22
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100 grams of grapefruit contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

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Grapefruit:
Place 19 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams of grapefruit contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

The grapefruit should stimulate glucose metabolism and thus not only help you lose weight but also prevent diabetes.

100 grams peach contained 9 grams of carbohydrates4/22
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100 grams peach contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

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Peach:
Place 18 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams peach contained 9 grams of carbohydrates *

Peaches are rich in iron, potassium, calcium and zinc, and with only 41 calories a healthy snack alternative.

* Fewer calories than the grapefruit, therefore one better

So damaging fructose is really
So damaging fructose is really

So damaging fructose is really

Our expert looks a very close look. In the video he tells you when fructose is actually unhealthy

100 grams of oranges contain 9 grams of carbohydrates6/22
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100 grams of oranges contain 9 grams of carbohydrates

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Orange / Orange:
Place 17 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams of oranges contain 9 grams of carbohydrates

Oranges are high season for us when we need it most: in the winter. Then the citrus fruits are waiting for a extra dose of vitamin C and combat Schnupfnasen and Co. 

* Fewer calories than peach and grapefruit, therefore one better

100 grams clementines contained 9 grams of carbohydrates7/22
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100 grams clementines contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

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Clementine:
Place 16 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams clementines contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

Clementines look like mandarins, but are clementines. Huh? Yes exactly! And much different the twins: Mandarins usually have many seeds, Clementine no or few. The pulp is usually yellow orange in the Clementine and not as plump orange as the tangerine. 

* Fewer calories than peach, orange and grapefruit, therefore one better

100 grams gooseberries contained 9 grams of carbohydrates8/22
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100 grams gooseberries contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

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Gooseberry:
Place 15 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams gooseberries contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

Persistent rumor, gooseberries are sour and barely edible holds. But that's not quite true: Fully ripe gooseberries have a higher sugar content than other berries and taste as sweet as sugar and not acidic. The problem: Gooseberries are harvested ripe hard (thus still acidic) and would need to purchase a little ripen. Even better, you nibble the ripe fruits straight from the garden.

* Fewer calories than peach, clementine, orange and grapefruit, so better a place

100 grams apricots contained 9 grams of carbohydrates9/22
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100 grams apricots contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

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Apricot:
Place 14 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams apricots contained 9 grams of carbohydrates

Apricot they can eat as well as processed into cakes or jam. You can recognize a ripe apricot when it yields slightly when pressed.

* Fewer calories than gooseberry, peach, clementine, orange and grapefruit, therefore one better

100 grams of water melon containing 8 grams of carbohydrates10/22
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100 grams of water melon containing 8 grams of carbohydrates

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Watermelon:
Place 13 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams of water melon containing 8 grams of carbohydrates

Watermelons are apparently excellent fat burner, according to a new study by the US "Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry", Then you can take up to 30 percent less if you eat a big piece of watermelon to greasy food or drink 500 milliliters of delicious fruit as a smoothie. Cause of fat killer effect is the amino acid contained in the melons citrulline, which regulates the level of cholesterol.

100 grams of guava contained 7 grams of carbohydrates11/22
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100 grams of guava contained 7 grams of carbohydrates

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guava:
Place 12 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams of guava contained 7 grams of carbohydrates

From the outside, a mix of pear and apple, from the inside surprised the flesh (depending on variety) with a greenish, white or red coloring: The guava is a top vitamin C supplier and can nibble raw mashed, even cooked (jam) are. Ripe, intensely fragrant fruits can be plastered directly with shell and seeds.

100 grams of Prickly Pear contained 7 grams of carbohydrates *12/22
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100 grams of Prickly Pear contained 7 grams of carbohydrates *

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Prickly Pear:
Place 11 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams of Prickly Pear contained 7 grams of carbohydrates *

Not only pure but also as jam or liqueur (Bajtra) edible. You are even allowed to eat with the cores.

* But fewer calories than the Guavce, therefore, a place well done

100 grams papaya contain 7 grams of carbohydrates13/22
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100 grams papaya contain 7 grams of carbohydrates

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Papaya:
Place 10 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams papaya contain 7 grams of carbohydrates *

When buying the fruit must have already begun to mature. Only then it matures to complete. The papaya should already be yellow or red and can be pressed with a finger.

Ripe and very ripe fruit tastes sweet, unripe fruit, for example, for salsas or even be used salad. The seeds of papaya can be eaten as well, but they are sharp.

* 7th place goes to the papaya, although the same number of carbohydrates has as guava and prickly pear? Correctly. Because it has fewer calories than the other two competitors - hence plus for the papaya. 

100 grams blackberries contained 6 grams of carbohydrates14/22
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100 grams blackberries contained 6 grams of carbohydrates

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blackberries:
Place 9 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams blackberries contained 6 grams of carbohydrates

Good to know: After picking ripe blackberry not to. You should be careful when shopping so to buy only ripe fruit. Blackberries are wet quickly, therefore best plastered directly - at the latest within 2-3 days. Residues can also freeze well.

100 grams blueberries contained 6 grams of carbohydrates15/22
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100 grams blueberries contained 6 grams of carbohydrates

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Blueberries:
Place 8 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams blueberries contained 6 grams of carbohydrates *

They are good for the heart, lower cholesterol and even help each muscle soreness: Blueberries are a natural savior. What many do not know: Even annoying fat pads see through them a nasty surprise. For the coloring anthocyanins of bilberry help the breakdown of fat cells. 

* The blueberries have overtaken blackberries because they provide fewer calories for the same amount of carbohydrate.

Strawberries contain 6 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams16/22
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Strawberries contain 6 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams

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strawberries:
Place 7 of sugar poorest fruits

100 grams strawberries containing 6 grams of carbohydrates *

Seduce that your beloved or conjure her a gorgeous strawberry cup with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. Pur, with yogurt, muesli, as jam and strawberry cake as delicious berry also makes her something.

* 7th place belongs to her because she has fewer calories than blackberry and blueberry - with the same amount of sugar.

100 grams of black and / or red currants contain 5-6 grams of carbohydrates17/22
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100 grams of black and / or red currants contain 5-6 grams of carbohydrates

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currants:
Place 6 of the sugar poorest fruits

100 grams of black and / or red currants contain 5-6 grams of carbohydrates

Not only in sugar: The local fruits, the black currant absolute vitamin C leader and brings it to a whopping 177 mg per 100 grams.

Raspberries contain 4.8 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams18/22
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Raspberries contain 4.8 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams

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raspberries:
Place 5 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams raspberries containing 5 grams of carbohydrates

be eaten like blackberries raw or made into jam, jelly, fruit compote or juice used raspberries. With vanilla ice cream with hot raspberries, you can melt away quiet times. In cakes, the healthy berries do well because they retain their flavor during cooking.

Acerola contain 4 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams19/22
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Acerola contain 4 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams

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Acerola:
Place 4 of the poorest sugar fruits

100 grams of acerola cherry contain 4 grams of carbohydrates

The acerola cherry is one of the fruits with the most vitamin C. Fresh we do not get it in this country, although on the table, but juices and tea are often enriched with the power fruit. Despite the processing into fruit powder & Co remains a lot of vitamin C obtained.

Lime contained 2 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams20/22
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Lime contained 2 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams

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lime:
Place 3 of the sugar poorest fruits

100 grams of lime containing 2 grams of carbohydrates

eat Pur is only for the very Harten. Normally, the lime comes in cocktails like Caipirinha (with Cachaça, cane sugar and ice), Ipanema (non-alcoholic with cane sugar, ice and ginger ale) or in the form of juice in Daiquiri and Mojito. Unfortunately, it is then but nothing with low-sugar treat.

Rhubarb contains about 1 gram of carbohydrates per 100 grams21/22
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Rhubarb contains about 1 gram of carbohydrates per 100 grams

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Rhubarb:
No. 2 in the sugar poorest fruits

100 grams of rhubarb contains about 1 gram of carbohydrate

Rhubarb is one botanically although actually the vegetables, but let's not be so today times. Finally, the stalks are used in the kitchen like fruit.

The redder, the sweeter: Complete green rhubarb tastes very sour, slightly less acidic is rhubarb stalk with red and green stalks meat. Both stem and stalk red meat, it tastes mild and slightly raspberries.

Rhubarb is often eaten as a compote or processed into juice, jam or rhubarb pie.

Avocado contains 0.4 grams per 100 grams of carbohydrates22/22
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Avocado contains 0.4 grams per 100 grams of carbohydrates

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Avocado:
No. 1 on the sugar poorest fruits

100 grams of avocado contains only 0.4 grams of carbohydrates

ripen: If you buy avocados, they are usually still hard. Ripe it is only when the shell yields slightly to pressure.

Use finds the most nutritious because of its high fat content fruit (yes, the avocado is a fruit or fruit and not a vegetable!) Often as a dip - from the Fruchtfleischmus can make guacamole that is suitable for dipping or for tortillas. The flesh can be eaten raw or lightly salted as a sandwich filling.

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