1.Dates

Dates are delicious – but they have a much higher sugar content than any other fruit in the world.

Sugar in 100 grams: 65 grams

Teaspoons: 15 teaspoons of sugar

2. Figs

In a large berry figs are 2 teaspoons of sugar . In a hundred grams of this fruit is already 4 teaspoons of sugar. Figs is useful for body, but if you want to lose weight, it is better excluded from the diet.

Sugar in 100 grams: 16,3 grams

Teaspoons: 6 teaspoons of sugar

3. Grapes

Grape sugar content is slightly higher than mango sugar content, at 3.45 teaspoons per 85 grams.

Sugar in 100 grams: 18 grams

Teaspoons: 8 teaspoons of sugar

4. Pomegranate

Pomegranate, which is usually associated with acidity. But there is no, in a hundred grams pomegranate enough – as much as 4 teaspoons of sugar, and if you try drinks squeezed pomegranate juice the you will feel taste of sling.

Sugar in 100 grams: 16.6 grams

Teaspoons:  4 teaspoons of sugar

5. Lychee

Lychee have a specific taste, but these berries are worth a try. in addition, it is a very useful fruit for youe health.

Sugar in 100 grams: 15,2 grams

Teaspoons: 3,5 teaspoons of sugar

6. Mangoes

The most ripe mango fruits will amaze you not only with an unusual taste, but also with a mind-blowing sweetness. In addition, mango can be eaten without getting tired – the fruit is very quickly and almost completely absorbed by man.

Sugar in 100 grams: 14,8 grams

Teaspoons: 3 teaspoons of sugar

7. Persimmon

Persimmon is a pretty sweet fruit. However, we do not know about the high sugar potential of one fruit, but its about 5 spoons!

Sugar in 100 grams: 12.5 grams

Teaspoons: 4.5 teaspoons of sugar

8. Bananas

At 10.1 grams per 85 grams, banana sugar content may be higher than you think. To keep your waistline under control, limit yourself to one five-inch portion a day.

Sugar in 100 grams: 12 grams

Teaspoons: 3.6 teaspoons of sugar

9. Cherries

Ripe Cherries are extremely healthy and sweet fruits. In a Cup of berries-the equivalent of up to 4 teaspoons, and even in one berry its about 1 gram of sugar, do not forget about it!

Sugar in 100 grams: 11.5 grams

Teaspoons: 3 teaspoons

10. Passion fruit

The flesh of the fruit smells very sweet, especially when you cut the passion fruit. The taste of passion fruit pulp is sweet and sour, but slightly tart.

Sugar in 100 grams: 11 grams

Teaspoons: 2.7 teaspoons