How Many Carbs Do Popular Fruits Contain

How Many Carbs Do Popular Fruits Contain
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If you are a fan of healthy food based on fruit, veggies and healthy cereal, avoiding sugar can still be a challenge. Below you will find some approximations which will inform you of what some fruits and vegetables contain. Unfortunately, there is no way of correct assessment due to the fact each fruit is different in size, and composition. So, this is only for you to compare your choices with for example, sweets, which contain far more sugar which is far worse than the natural sugar fruits contain.

Bananas – Bananas of medium size contain about 27 grams of carbon hydrates.

Raisins – A full cup of raisins (seedless) has about 115 grams of carbon hydrates.

Corn – A cup of boiled corn has about 31.2 grams of carbon hydrates.

Potatoes – Medium baked potato has about 37 grams of carbon hydrates.

Cherries – A cup of cherries with bones contain about 12.5 grams of carbon hydrates.

Grapes – A cup of white or black grapes contain about 27 grams of carbon hydrates.

Kiwi – One kiwi contains about 12.2 grams of carbon hydrates.

Pears – One pear contains about 27.5 grams of carbon hydrates.

Pineapple – One cup of diced pineapple contains about 21.6 grams of carbon hydrates.

Oranges – One medium sized orange contains about 15 grams of carbon hydrates.

Prunes – One medium sized prune contains about 7.5 grams of carbon hydrates.

Carrots – Fresh carrot of a medium size contains 5.8 grams of carbon hydrates. A cup of boiled carrots contains about 12.8 grams of carbon hydrates.

Beets – Half a cup of boiled beets contains about 8.5 grams of carbon hydrates.

Garlic – A cup of freshly diced garlic contains about 15 grams of carbon hydrates.

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