QLF's Top 20 Fruits Ranked By Sugar Intake (14-10)

May 17, 2016

Okay…. See, I told you guys to take a seat before you got into that list. Trust me, I cried all over my iPhone as I wrote it. I actually think It has water damage now. But, the show must go on. Let’s jump right into 14-10 sighhhhhh… I know, I know…
 

14) Grapefruit, 15g of sugar 

  

 This is very tricky , because According to a study in the journal Metabolism, eating half a grapefruit before meals helped reduce belly fat and lower cholesterol levels. So it’s benefits might outweigh its high sugar content. 

 

13) Apricot, 15.3g of sugar 

  

 

 

 Packed with vitamin A, helps your skin glow, and potassium which can help  keep your metabolism running high, and is crucial for the digestion of nutrients such as carbohydrates and fat, as well as the absorption of energy from these nutrients.

Pro Tip: lay off the dried version of these ( more sugar ) 

 

12) Grapes, 15g of sugar 

  

 Grapes contain this thing called resveratrol content, because it’s a plant compound that has been linked to improving heart health, burning fat, and boosting weight loss. 

 

11) Blueberries, 14.7g of sugarmy favorite 

  

 According to studies blueberry intake  has been shown to improve blood fat balances, including reduction in total cholesterol, raising of HDL cholesterol, and lowering of triglycerides and taste amazing.

 

10) Oranges, 14g of sugar 

  

 I learned this a while ago,vitamin C before a workout can reduce muscle soreness and prevent the formation of free radicals. A single orange supplies 116 percent of your DV for vitamin C. Try eating about half at a time. 

 

This is like a great horror movie, the suspense of who will be number one on this list is great. Tune in next time as we go over 9-5!!

 

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