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List of Low Fructose Fruits

Eating fruits low in fructose is a good idea if you have high glucose levels or if you are are just trying to avoid sugar in general. Like candy, some fruits may be high in fructose, or sugar, and should be eaten in moderation or avoided – depending on your personal health goals.

List of Low Fructose Fruits*

Fresh Fruits and Fruit Juices Lowest in Fructose:
Papayas – 1 cup 1″ pieces – 5.41g
Watermelon – 1 cup, balls – 5.17g
Plums – 1 cup sliced – 5.07g
Honeydew – 1 cup – 5.03g
Tangerines (mandarin oranges) – 1 cup – 4.68g
Abiyuch – 0.5 cup – 4.33g
Grapefruit – 1 cup – 4.07g
Currants – 1 cup – 3.95g
Oranges, navel – 1 cup – 3.71g
Strawberries – 1 cup, halves – 3.71g
Pineapple – 1 cup chunks – 3.50g
Blackberries – 1 cup – 3.46g
Cantaloupe – 1 cup – 3.31g
Raspberries – 1 cup – 2.89g
Lemon juice – 1 cup – 2.68g
Peaches – 1 cup slices – 2.36g
Nectarines – 1 cup slices – 1.96g
Lime juice – 1 cup – 1.48g
Apricots – 1 cup halves – 1.46g
Clementines – 1 fruit – 1.21g
Plantains, green, fried – 1 cup – 0.78g
Cranberries – 1 cup chopped – 0.74g
Avocados – 1 cup – 0.18g

*All measures are for one serving.

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Remineralizing Natural Mouthwash

Preparation

You’ll want to find yourself a large glass jar. Here I have a 32oz Kerr Mason Jar.

Recipe

  1. 2 cups distilled water
  2. 2 Tbsp tsp baking soda
  3. 2 Tbsp calcium carbonate
  4. 6 drops peppermint oil
  5. 6 drops tea tree oil
  6. 10 drops concentrated trace minerals liquid

Final Product

After you are done putting the ingredients together, shake it up and give your mouth a good wash. Good luck!

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How to get 6 pack abs

  1. eat paleo
  2. sprintwork
  3. compound weightlifting movements
  4. intermittent fasting
  5. direct ab work
    • front lever iso holds
    • l-sits
    • hanging leg raises
    • vacuum holds & myo crunches
    • bicycles, ab roller
  6. hip flexor stretches
  7. posture
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Photo: Daniella Segura

Good, Healthy Fats:

  1. MCT Oil. This oil is an extract from coconut oil and is easy for your gut to digest.
  2. Omega 3 Fish Oil
  3. Cod Liver Oil
  4. Animal fats (Grass fed beef, Duck fat, Chicken fat (schmaltz))
  5. Coconut oil
  6. Butter (grass fed)
  7. Ghee (this is essentially clarified butter and the best oil for cooking. Clarified means the water has been boiled off.)
  8. Extra virgin olive oil
  9. Avacados and avacado oil
  10. Egg yolks
  11. Palm oil
  12. Cacao butter
  13. Tallow
  14. Lard

Other notable fats/oils:

  1. Nuts (in order of highest to lowest omega-3 content)
    • Walnuts, Macademia nuts, Pistachios, Hazelnuts, Pecans, Almonds
  2. Seeds
    • Pumpkin, Sunflower
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Foods High in Calcium
Foods High in Magnesium
Foods High in Manganese
Foods High in Potassium
Foods High in Iodine
Foods High in Iron
Foods High in Vitamin C
Foods High in Vitamin A
Foods High in Vitamin B12
Foods High in Vitamin K
Foods High in Vitamin E
Foods High in Vitamin D

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Foods High in Zinc

Zinc – boosts immune system

  • Calf liver, venison, beef, lamp, spelt, scallops, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, yogurt.

Complete list of Essential Vitamins and Minerals

(source: Healthaliciousness.com and WHFoods.com)

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Foods High in Vitamin K

Vitamin K – necessary for calcium retention, protects bones from fracture, helps blood to clot, and protects arteries from calcification, and helps prevent liver & prostate cancers.

  • Kale, spinach, collard greens, swiss chard, turnip greens, mustard greens, brussel sprouts, parsley, romaine lettuce, broccoli.

(source: Healthaliciousness.com and WHFoods.com)

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Foods High in Vitamin E

Vitamin E – protects against Alzheimer’s & prostate cancer, reduces free radical damage, UV protection.

  • Sunflower seeds, almonds, spinach, swiss chard, turnip greens, papaya, mustard greens, collard greens, asparagus, bell peppers.

Complete list of Essential Vitamins and Minerals

(source: Healthaliciousness.com and WHFoods.com)

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Foods High in Vitamin D

Vitamin D – aids in calcium absorption & retention, helps immune system, helps regulate blood pressure, helps prevent breast, colon, prostate, bladder, ovarian & rectal cancers.

  • Sun exposure, cod liver oil, salmon, mackerel, tuna fish, margarine, liver, sardines, goat milk, whole milk, shiitake mushrooms, eggs, swiss cheese.

Complete list of Essential Vitamins and Minerals

(source: Healthaliciousness.com and WHFoods.com)

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Foods High in Vitamin C

Vitamin C – boosts immune system, helps prevent cancer

Per 100 grams (approx. 1/2 cup)

  1. Green Chili Peppers (Green Peppers contain four times more vitamin C than Oranges and Orange Juice)(404%)
  2. Guavas (381%)
  3. Yellow Bell Peppers (306%)
  4. Thyme (267%)
  5. Parsley (222%)
  6. Red Bell Peppers (213%)
  7. Kale (200%)
  8. Kiwi (155%)
  9. Broccoli (149%)
  10. Brussel Sprouts (142%)
  11. Green Bell Peppers (134%)
  12. Mustard Greens (117%)
  13. Garden Cress (113%)
  14. Papaya (103%. If you eat a whole one, it’s about 313%)
  15. Oranges (99%)
  16. Strawberries (98%)
  17. Clementines (81%)
  18. Pineapple (80%)
  19. Cauliflower (77%)
  20. Cantaloupe (61%)
  21. Grapefruit (52%)

Complete list of Essential Vitamins and Minerals

(source: Healthaliciousness.com and WHFoods.com)

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