Amount: 1 medium | Sugar Content: 19 gms | Calories: 95
Despite the sugar content, apples are rich in fiber which helps you stay full for longer. The pectin in them also helps lower cholesterol, which in turn reduces cravings.
Amount: 1 large | Sugar Content: 17 gms | Calories: 87
Not only are oranges an excellent source of Vitamin C, they’re also low on fat and high on protein, so gorge without guilt!
Amount: 1 cup | Sugar Content: 15 gms | Calories: 85
Ranking high on producing the most antioxidants—blueberries help combat aging and are capable of reversing damage done by toxins to your body. Win!
Amount: 1 medium size | Sugar Content: 45.9 gms | Calories: 95
While the sugar content remains on the higher side, you could take comfort in knowing that its minerals and nutrients help increase metabolism, thereby aiding weight loss.
Amount: 1 small size | Sugar Content: 12 gms | Calories: 67
Another fruit that helps aid weight loss. If this isn’t enough, did we tell you it also helps ease menstrual cramps? Ha, papaya just became your go-to fruit!
Amount: 1 medium size | Sugar Content: 14 gms | Calories: 105
It’s the one fruit that makes up for a missed dessert and also makes for the perfect post-workout food that can reduce soreness and muscle cramps—how do you not love them?
Amount: 1 cup | Sugar Content: 7 gms | Calories: 47
Let nobody stop you from having too many, because when they’ll know how it boosts your immunity and keeps wrinkles at bay, they’ll want some too.
Amount: 1 cup | Sugar Content: 15 gms | Calories: 62
Loaded with antioxidants, grapes contain properties that lower blood pressure and increase blood flow, thereby boosting overall brain power.
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