Top 8 Low-Sugar Fruits To Help You Cut Carbs

Eating more fruit is incredibly good for your health. But if you're trying to cut down on carbs to lose weight, some fruits may be better than others.

If you choose fruits that are low in sugars, you can keep your carb count low and satisfy your sweet cravings at the same time.

To help you do that, we put together the top 8 low-sugar fruits you should try. Plus easy, tasty, and fruity recipe ideas you can add to your diet plan. Ready?



Kiwis are great if you want to reduce your sugar intake but still want some sweetness — and you'll also swoop up your daily vitamin C with just one fruit!

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Next on our list is melon, a summer favourite. Go with cantaloupe or honeydew, and serve yourself a nice wedge or whizz it into a healthy smoothie.

Fruity Idea #1

For example, here's an awesome green smoothie with melon and kiwi! Plus, ginger, coconut water, and cucumber. Great to detox and rehydrate.



Did you know watermelon is more than 90% water? This means there's very little space left for sugars. So, slurp it up without guilt!



Peaches are also quite low-sugar, so you won't have to give up on this juicy treat! Just pop them in your salad, oatmeal, or smoothie bowl for great good.

Fruity Idea #2

And actually, peach and watermelon are like two peas in a pod! Try them in this funky summer salad with grilled peaches. It's yummy!



If you think lemons are too sour and oranges too sweet, grapefruits are right in the middle. A great add-on to your low-carb diet!



For the last three fruits on our list, the carb count gets smaller and smaller. Raspberries are one of the best low-sugar fruits, and high in fibres too!

Fruity Idea #3

Raspberries and grapefruit join forces to give you an awesome weight-loss smoothie you simply can't miss. Swipe up and try it for breakfast!



Strawberries are utterly delicious, so satisfying, and incredibly low in sugars. Simply put: the must-have fruit in any weight-loss plan.

Fruity Idea #4

Before we reveal our number one fruit, check out this quick recipe idea. It's a 5-minute, high-protein breakfast pudding that looks just like a dessert. You'll love it!



With virtually zero sugars, the glorious avocados are the best low-sugar fruit ever. And in case you're wondering, they're actually a fruit, not a veggie!

Fruity Idea #5

Not just for salads and guacamole, avocado is great in smoothies too, and even ice cream. Like this sugar-free green sorbet with energising matcha!

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