Raspberries: Raspberries contain calcium which makes them good little metabolism boosters. As for the sugar, they come in at 9.5 grams per 100 grams. Kiwi Fruit: Kiwi has its benefits since they are full of vitamin C and fiber but it is best to use them in small amounts since they contain 10.5 grams of sugar per 100 grams. The BodyRock Meal Plan Full of smoothies, snacks and meals for 30 days worth of eating well. Click To Learn More
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Grapes: Grapes are sweet and delicious so it shouldn't shock you that they are full of sugar. They have 15 grams of it per 100 gram serving. But, not to put an entirely negative spin on things, they do contain a large amount of bone boosting vitamin K. Mangoes: While super yummy and a great source of vitamins A and C, they are an absolute sugar nightmare. With 18 grams per 100 gram serving, it is important to use them very sparingly. Do you feel more confident now in your smoothie making expertise?
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