There are fruits that will give you just as much sugar (albeit fewer calories) than any average baked goods. Now we will expose these villains.

1.Dates – 65 gr. / 100 gr.

Dates are almost all sugar, so for all their beneficial properties, date palm fruits are taboo for fat women. The more dried a date is, the more sweet it is, but even fresh dates are very sweet.

2.Figs – 16.3 gr. / 100 gr.

In one large fig – as many as two tablespoons of sucrose. In a hundred grams – already 4 tablespoons of sugar, and so on. But figs are very useful.

3.Grapes – 16.3 gr. / 100 gr.

One cup of grape berries contains as much as 4 tablespoons of sucrose, but less sweet varieties can also be found. By the way, scientists say that dark grapes are healthier than white ones, and, unfortunately, they are sweeter on average.

4.Lychee – 15.2 gr. / 100 gr.

Anyone who has tasted ripe fruits can testify to the bright, almost perfumery aroma and special sweetness. True, you still won’t be able to eat a lot – the berries have a painfully specific taste.

5.Pomegranate – 13.7 gr. / 100 gr.

One hundred grams of pomegranate seeds contains as much as 3 and a half tablespoons of sugar, and if you try to drink squeezed pomegranate juice, then you will feel the syrupy impact of the pomegranate in all its strength.

6. Mango – 13.7 gr. / 100 gr.

The most ripe mango fruits will amaze you not only with their unusual taste, but also with breathtaking sweetness. In addition, you can eat mango without getting tired – the fruit is very quickly and almost completely absorbed by a person.

7.Cherries – 12.8 gr. / 100 gr.

Cherries in their late, drunken ripeness are extremely healthy and sweet fruits. A cup of berries is the equivalent of up to 5 teaspoons, and even one berry contains about 1 gram of sugar, don’t forget that!

8.Persimmon – 12.8 gr. / 100 gr.

Persimmon is a rather sweet fruit. However, it is precisely the fact that we prefer to eat it in a more solid form that usually does not allow us to guess the high sugar potential of one fruit – about 5 tablespoons.

9.Bananas – 12.2 gr. /100 gr.

In one banana fruit there is “only” 3.6 tablespoons of sugar. If this modest amount scares you, please eat green bananas. Of course, you will have to get used to them, even boil or fry them, but there will definitely be less sugar in them.

10.Apples – 11.7 gr. /100 gr.

Apple – a whole set of trace elements, this is in addition to the fact that there is also sugar. Choose more acidic varieties if you don’t want to eat up to 6 tablespoons of sugar with just one small apple!