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Question:

From North Carolina, USA:

I was looking for a list of fruits and their natural sugar content. Can you help?

Answer:

Try Bowes and Church, Food Values of Portions Commonly Used, 16th edition, Lipincott. It should be in any Public Library or available from Amazon.com.

DO'B

Additional Comment from Dr. Lebinger

All the "carbohydrate" content of fresh fruit is "natural sugar." The fruit "exchange" list in the American Diabetes Association meal planning book provides information on carbohydrate content of various fruits.

TGL

Original posting 8 Jun 97

  
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