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You Eat Only Fruits And Not Lose Weight? Here’s Why

Many believe that’s the soundest fruit diet that exists, which is not far from the truth. But if you believe that fruit is not gaining weight, then you’re mistaken. Although the fruit has a large amount of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants, and it has its faults. Specifically, the only major flaw is that it is full of sugar called fructose.weight-loss-fruits-apple

Fruits like bananas, grapes, plums, peaches, and even some apples contain more calories and sugar than you think. That means increasing the pounds is not the only health problem associated with increased consumption of fructose. It can also increase the levels of triglycerides and harm your teeth. Wondering which fruits obstructing you to lose weight and not your allies?

 

 

 

1 fresh fig = 2g fructose or half teaspoon sugar

8 cherries = 2.4g fructose sugar or half spoon

1 slice melon = 3g fructose or more than half tablespoon sugar

1 orange = 3.6g fructose or ¾ teaspoon sugar

5 strawberries = 4g fructose or 1 teaspoon sugar

A glass of orange juice = 5g fructose or 1 teaspoon sugar

1 banana = 5.5g fructose or 1 teaspoon sugar

1 small mango = 6g fructose or more than 1 teaspoon sugar

1 grapefruit = 7g fructose or 1 and ½ teaspoon sugar

20-25 grapes = 8.7g fructose or almost 2 teaspoons sugar

1 pear = 11g fructose or 2 and ½ tsp sugar

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