Justin Delgado is husband to Kacie Doyle-Delgado, diagnosed at age 11. After more than a decade together, he considers himself to be an expert carb counter and Dexcom inserter. He graduated with his Master of Science in Finance from the University of Utah in 2013 and has been working in commercial banking since then. He attended his first Friends for Life conference in 2015 and is looking forward to volunteering with the teens.
July 4, 1999
Meal Planning, Food and Diet
Question from Canada:
Can you refer me to a list of fruits without sucrose? My 5 kids have sucrose allergies.
Took a bit of digging, but what I found is:
Grams of Sucrose
per 100 gram serving
cranberry juice, kumquats, raisins, and canned pineapple
0.1 to 0.5
blackberries, blueberries, cherries, grapes, fresh figs, gooseberries, loganberries, persimmons, sweetened grapefruit juice, prune juice, lemon juice, prunes, rhubarb
0.5 to 1.0
orange juice, fresh lemon, cranberries
1.0 to 3.0
papaya, kiwi, applesauce, baked apple, strawberries (fresh or frozen), fresh raspberries, fresh pear, dried apricots, canned grapefruit sections
3.0 to 5.0
fresh grapefruit, orange, pineapple, honeydew melon, watermelon, and apple; canned unsweetened fruit cocktail; canned sweetened figs, peaches, mandarin orange sections, and strawberries; dried peaches and pears
5.0 to 10.0
fresh apricots, banana, cantaloupe, tangerine, nectarine, peach; dried apricots, mango, and figs; sweetened grape juice, cranapple juice and apricot nectar
most sweetened fruits
Some surprises, as the sweetened grapefruit juice.