Discover the Top 10 Fruits Richest in Sugar: Surprising Revelations Await You!
Have you ever wondered which fruits have the highest sugar content? Stay with us until the end, because some of the results may surprise you. If you're interested in in-depth information on type 1 diabetes and its treatments, our book is specially designed for you, click here.
1. Dates: Natural sweetness in the lead
At the top of the list are dates (63g of carbohydrates per 100g). These sweet delights are a real explosion of flavor, but their sugar content can be surprising.
2. Dry Apricot: An unsuspected sugar reserve
Put them in a dry place, because dried apricots hide a surprising amount of sugar, containing around 53g of carbohydrates per 100g. You'd be amazed at just how sweet these little gems can be.
3. Dried Prunes: The Enthusiastic Dry Bounty
Dried prunes are also one of the sweetest fruits, with 38g of carbohydrates per 100g. Discover their intense flavor and sweetness.
4. Grapes: A Sweet Explosion in Every Cluster
Grapes (16g carbohydrates per 100g) are known for their natural sweetness. Did you know that the riper they are, the more sugar they contain? Crucial information for grape lovers.
5. Lychee: an exotic sweet nugget
The lychee brings an exotic touch to our list. Explore the sweet richness of this tropical fruit, which contains around 15g of carbohydrates per 100g.
6. Bananas: Ripe and sweet to the core
The riper the banana, the sweeter it is. Bananas provide 15g of carbohydrates per 100g.
7. Fig: Mediterranean sweetness
The fig (14g of carbohydrates per 100g), the Mediterranean fruit par excellence, is also one of the fruits with the highest sugar content. Enjoy its uniquely sweet taste.
8. Pomegranate: A surprising explosion of flavors
The often underestimated pomegranate (14g of carbohydrates per 100g) is a sweet surprise. Find out why it deserves its place in our top 10.
9. Mango: the sweet exotic
The mango, tropical fruit par excellence, joins the list with its bewitching sweetness, containing 14g of carbohydrates per 100g. Discover how this exotic fruit can delight your taste buds.
10. Cherry: a sweet finish
Finally, the cherry, with 13g of sugar per 100g, closes our list with its distinctive sweetness. Explore the sweet world of this delicious fruit.
Whether you have a sweet tooth or are concerned about your sugar intake, these fruits deserve your full attention. Discover the sweet surprises each one hides and make informed choices for a healthy, balanced diet.
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Dr Noura Marashi (doctor of pharmacy, health youtuber, creator of the Pharmaquiz health and well-being app),