Several websites linked to low-carbohydrate diet programs provide lists or charts of the carbohydrate content of various fruits, including Lasting-Weight-Loss.com and FatSecret.com. LowCarbediem.com carries copies of the... More »

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Several sources offer fruit carbohydrate charts, including Low Carbe Diem, LaValle Metabolic Institute and the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Some charts only list low-carb fruits. Other charts group fruits ... More »

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When trying to follow a low-carbohydrate diet, eating fruit can be tricky because they vary widely in carbohydrate and sugar content. As a general rule, berries and summer fruits have the lowest amount of carbohydrates, ... More »

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration provides a reliable chart listing the carbohydrates in fruits on its website as of 2015. The chart lists nutritional information for the 20 most frequently consumed fruits in the Uni... More »

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Some fruits that contain 15 grams or less of carbohydrates per serving are watermelon, strawberries, cantaloupe, cranberries and plums. There are 5.5 grams of carbohydrates in 1/2 cup of diced watermelon. A serving size ... More »

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Foods with no carbohydrate content can be found at sites such as nocarbfoodsdiet.com and SF Gate. These sites provide information on low-carb dieting in addition to lists of foods with little to no carbohydrates. More »

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Foods on low purine content lists include enriched breads and pastas, skim and low-fat dairy products, and all fruits and vegetables. Soda, coffee and tea are low in purine, as are some snacks, including gelatin, vanilla... More »