Top 10 Fruits Low in Net Carbs

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Top 10 Fruits Low in Net Carbs

Fruits are a good source of fiber, vitamins, and energy for our bodies. Net carbs are equal to total carbohydrates minus the amount of fiber. The theory is that we do not digest the carbohydrates trapped in fiber.

Fruits low in net carbs include avocados, blackberries, raspberries, asian pears, prickly pears, strawberries, watermelon, mulberries, peaches, and cantaloupe. Below are the ten fruits lowest in net carbs, for more ideas on what fruits to eat, see the list of fruits high in fiber, and fruits low in sugar. You can also see the list of over 100 fruits low in net-carbs.


List of Fruits Low in Net-Carbs

Half an avocado

#1: Avocados

Net-carbs
per Avocado
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
3.7g1.8g2.3g
Blackberries on the stem

#2: Blackberries

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
6.2g4.3g20g
A bunch of raspberries

#3: Raspberries

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
6.7g5.4g20.9g
Asian Pears

#4: Asian Pear

Net-carbs
per Fruit
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
8.6g7.1g33.6g
Prickly Pears

#5: Prickly Pears

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
8.9g6g29.1g
Strawberries

#6: Strawberries

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
9.4g5.7g35.5g
Watermelon

#7: Watermelon

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
11g7.2g47.7g
Mullberries

#8: Mulberries

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
11.3g8.1g37.7g
Half a peach

#9: Peaches

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
12.4g8g41.2g
Note: Yellow peaches are also high in sugar.
A cantaloupe with a cantaloupe wedge

#10: Cantaloupe

Net-carbs
per Cup
Net-carbs
per 100g
Net-carbs
per 200 Calories
12.9g7.3g42.7g

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Data Sources and References

  1. U.S. Agricultural Research Service Food Data Central

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