Amounts of Sugar in Our Favorite Summer Fruits


Throughout the summer months, many people prefer to eat fruits, since they are in abundance and are also seen as dietary. However, we should not overeat with some of them, since the excessive amount of fruit sugar can also cause health problems and weight gain.

And here's why we're offering you to check for yourself which fruits are appropriate for regular consumption and which we need to be careful with.


Fresh prunes

Fresh prunes are very delicious and healthy. They are good source of fiber and potassium. Fresh prunes are a prophylactic against diabetes, arthritis, anemia and heart diseases. There are only 2 tsp (9.92 g) of sugar in 3.5 oz (100 g) of prunes.



The melon is quickly becoming a favored fruit because of its sweet taste and flavor. It contains vitamins and minerals, with only 1 1/5 tsp (5.96 g) of sugar per 3.5 oz (100 g) of melon.



Watermelons are similar, with only 1 1/3 tsp (6.5 g) of sugar per 3.5 oz (100 g). Is variety of fruit is rich in potassium, fiber, vitamins A, В1, В2, С, as well as manganese, iron, magnesium and nickel.



Can you imagine that in every 3.5 oz (100 g) of flavorful and juicy peaches, there are only a measly 1 2/3 tsp (8 g) of sugar? Eat this fruit without any worries, you can be sure that its consumption can only be to your benefit.



Apricots contain potassium, iron, copper, magnesium and vitamins А, В3, В5, С and Е, while at the same time 3.5 oz (100 g) of fresh apricots contains 1 4/5 tsp (9 g) of sugar.



Raspberries are a source of vitamins and minerals. They also contain significant amounts of polyphenol antioxidants. 3.5 oz (100 g) of Raspberries contain exactly 1 tsp (4.8 g) of sugar.


You love blueberries and can't imagine your menu without them? There's no need to avoid them - 3.5 oz (100 g) of these fruits contain only 4/5 tsp (4 g) of sugar.



Strawberries are among the favorite fruits of grown-ups and children. They are rich in vitamins С, В5 and В9. They also contain potassium, magnesium and iron. 3.5 oz (100 g) of strawberries have only 1 tsp (4.7 g) of sugar.



Cherries also contain many healthy properties, but if you are on a diet you should not overeat with them, since 3.5 oz (100 g) contain an entire 2 1/2 tsp (12.9 g) of sugar.


Even though the ever-healthy avocado is so filling, 3.5 oz (100 g) of it contain barely 1/5 tsp (0.7 g) of sugar. That's why it's a preferred product in every dietary salad and dish.


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