Fruit Carb Charts - Atkins

Fruit Carb Charts - Atkins
While fruits can be a special, sweet treat, you should be cautious about gorging on fruits while on a low carb diet. Those apple and orange treats are full of sugar! Others, like watermelon, are perfect.

Portions are 1/4 cup unless otherwise indicated. Carbs shown are effective / net carbs; the fiber was already removed.

apple (1) - 17.3g
applesauce - 6.2g
apricot (1) - 3.1g
avocado (1) - 0.5g
banana (1) - 21.2g
cantaloupe - 3.0g
carambola / starfruit (1) - 3g
chayote (1) - 6g
cherries - 4.2g
coconut - 1.3g
grapes - 6.7g
grapefruit - 9g per grapefruit
honeydew - 3.6g
kiwi - 6.5g
lemon (1) - 3.8g
mango - 6.3g
orange (1) - 12.9g
papaya (1 small) - 14g
passionfruit (1) - 2g
peach (1) - 8.9g
pear (1) - 21.1g
pineapple - 4.3g
plantain - 12g
plum (1) - 7.6g
pomegranate (1) - 40g
raisins - 31.0g
watermelon - 2.6g

Note that fruit juices are usually chock full of sugars. Read the labels carefully, because it's usually much better to drink water than to drink any fruit juices.

Berries are listed on their own page, linked to below.

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