Fructose table

Thank you for downloading and printing our fructose table. Please carefully read the information about using this table. Info on fructose malabsorption can be found in our fructose articles.

good fruitsThe sugar content of foods can vary widely. Depending on the variety, location or harvest time, e.g. the fructose content and glucose content of an apple change significantly. Therefore you have to be careful with fructose tables you may find on the net.

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Sources include:
nmi-Portal Redaktion, nmidb.de
Souci, S.W., Fachmann, W., Kraut, H.; Food Composition an Nutrition Tables; Wissenschaftliche verlagsgesellschaft; 2016
Herrmann, Karl; Inhaltsstoffe von Obst und Gemüse; Verlag Ulmer; 2001
Zechmann, M. "Erste Hilfe nach der Diagnose - So meistern Sie die Karenzphase", 5. Auflage, Berenkamp Verlag, 2017
Zechmann, M; Masterman, G; "Food Intolerances: Fructose Malabsorption, Lactose and Histamine Intolerance", 1st edition 2013

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LisaAnne replied the topic: #457 10 months 3 weeks ago
Thank you so much for this table! It confirms what I have been experiencing. Only the items with a double smile work for me. I am still in the elimination phase. I hope to one day eat squash (pumpkin) again at least. Now that I've been eliminating though, the smallest fructose brings immediate nausea, which I never had before. This affliction has been so painful and caused so much turmoil in my life. I wish I would have know the problem sooner. It is difficult to give up all the fruits and vegetables as they are so delicious and healthy too. If I were younger I would become a scientist and look for a cure. I crave sweets. I guess I will try dextrose soon. Has anyone had good luck eating dextrose--not to help with the fructose but just to have something sweet to eat? What sweets have you found you can eat?
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Bee replied the topic: #331 5 years 4 months ago
I don't drink beer, but I can drink some white wines, no red ones though...
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MrSmith replied the topic: #329 5 years 4 months ago
I don't know exact amounts, but I know that the more refined a beer is, the less fructose is in it. You should avoid fruit flavored beers or any beer mixes. Wheat beers (in Germany called Hefeweizen or Weissbier) are bad, too.
I tolerate one or two normal lagers like Bud, Bud light, Coors and so on very good.
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AllisonT replied the topic: #326 5 years 4 months ago
Does anyone know how much fructose and sorbitol lager beer has?