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How Many Carbs Are in Fruit?

So Just How Many Carbs Are in Some of Your Favorite Fruits?

When it comes to fruit, it may seem like a no-brainer for a healthy snack option compared to other less healthy alternatives. This is true for the most part, but one caveat to fruit is that many of them have a large number of carbs and contain simple sugars like glucose and fructose. Carbs and simple sugars spike your blood sugar and in turn make you crave them more; that's why many dieters have turned to a low-carb lifestyle. Choosing fruits low in carbs will be less likely to cause any unforeseen blood sugar hikes. Keep reading to see just how many grams of carbs are in your favorite fruits.

Fruit (1 serving) Carbs*
Lemon 1g
Lime 1g
Coconut flesh 7g
Kiwi 11g
Strawberry 11g
Blackberry
14g
Raspberry 15g
Papaya 15g
Orange 15g
Apple 19g
Blueberry 21g
Watermelon 22g
Pineapple 22g
Pear 25g
Grapes 27g
Banana 27g
Mango 31g

*Carb counts are from USDA Super Tracker and are based on the recommended serving size.

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