Annnnnnnnnnnd the winners are !!!!
* somewhere along the way I stopped going to math class… Don’t judge my ranking… It went left somewhere *
4) cantaloupe, 9.4g of sugar
I’m not a big fan but I respect the Cantaloupe because it’s high in water content. And has a the fat-soluble vitamin that helps maintain eye and skin health in addition to boosting immune function. Enjoy it.
3) watermelon, 9.4g of sugar
Well, well, well, the watermelon gets a horrible rep, but look who made it to the top 5. ( some of that rep is from culture but we won’t go there) It could partly be because it tastes so sweet, and it’s low in slow-digesting fiber, but the Good news is because watermelon has some impressive health benefits like improving lipid profiles and lower fat accumulation.
2) Strawberries, sugar of 7.4g
The strawberry is Americas darling so I’m just going to tel you how to eat them…When it comes to how to prepare them, be sure you’re eating them whole, slicing up strawberries exposes them to light and oxygen, which can break down their precious vitamin C!
1) Blackberries, 7g of sugar – 7g of fiber
1) raspberries, 5.4g- 8.0 of fiber
Due to the high fiber count, raspberries are small and great to eat all day without doing any damage to your waistline. Eat them solo or throw them in Greek yogurt for a quick snack.
1) cranberries, 4.3g of 3.6 of fiber
The reason they have that tart taste is cause they literally have just enough sugar in them to qualify. You can literally overdose on this fruit- and to still give tall something ” smart” – In an analysis of the cancer-fighting phenol antioxidant content of 20 fruits, cranberries were found to have the highest amount.