Limes include 1.1 grams of sugar, 7 grams of carbohydrates, and 1.9 grams of fiber, while lemons have 1.5 grams, 5.4 grams, and 1.6 grams.
Rhubarb has 1.3 grams sugar, 5.5 grams carbohydrates, and 2.2 grams fiber per cup. Rhubarb is rarely sugar-free; check labels. Prepare rhubarb to adjust sugar or artificial sweetener.
A small apricot has 3.2 grams sugar, 3.8 grams carbohydrates, and 0.7 grams fiber. Apricots are fresh throughout spring and summer.
Fresh cranberries include 3.8 grams sugar, 12 grams carbs, and 3.6 grams fiber per cup. They are low in sugar but sweetened when dried or cooked.
Guavas have 4.9 grams sugar, 7.9 grams carbohydrates, and 3 grams fiber. Slice and consume guava rinds. Dip them in salty sauces.
Berry fruits have the least sugar and the most fiber, antioxidants, and other minerals.
Kiwis provide 6.2 grams of sugar, 10.1 grams of carbs, and 2.1 grams of fiber. Kiwis add color to fruit salads but taste mild. Consume the seeds and peel.
Different dried fig cultivars might have 5 to 12 grams of sugar per fig, making estimations tricky.