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Sugar Free Foods List

This is a searchable collection of low-carbohydrate/sugar data on thousands of foods. The carbohydrate and sugar data of foods is based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture database for standard reference SR22.
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A food must have less than 5g of sugar (natural or added) per 100g or 2.5g of sugar per 100mls to be a low sugar food.Sugar-free means less than 0.5g of sugar per 100g or per 100ml.Now the Grocery Manufacturers of America, the trade group representing most major brands, has petitioned FDA to define low-carb as 9 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams of food, a typical serving.
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Descriptiongram/100g
Dairy and Egg Products
Cheese, ricotta, part skim milk0.31
Cream, fluid, light whipping0.11
Cream, fluid, heavy whipping0.11
Cream, sour, reduced fat, cultured0.16
Cream, fluid, light (coffee cream or table cream)0.14
Egg, quail, whole, fresh, raw0.4
Butter, without salt0.06
Cheese sauce, prepared from recipe0.16
Cheese, low-sodium, cheddar or colby0.49
Sour cream, reduced fat0.3
Cream, fluid, half and half0.16
Sour cream, light0.22
Sour cream, fat free0.39
Cheese, pasteurized process, cheddar or american, low sodium0.45
Cheese, cottage, with vegetables0.37
Cheese, gruyere0.36
Butter, whipped, with salt0.06
Cheese, ricotta, whole milk0.27
Cheese, monterey0.5
Cheese, limburger0.49
Butter oil, anhydrous0
Butter, salted0.06
Cheese, parmesan, dry grated, reduced fat0
Cheese, blue0.5
Cheese, brie0.45

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Low Carb & Low Sugar Foods

What is Low Carb & Low Sugar Foods?
Carbohydrates (carbs) serve as the primary energy source for most forms of life. In a standard American diet, 55 percent of daily calories consumed come from carbohydrates.The USDA recommends 300 grams of carbs per day. Low- carb diets vary but rarely recommend you eat more than 100 grams per day.Moderately reduced carbohydrate diet could help weight loss.  And  people with diabetes are turning to low sugar and low carb foods to help them control their condition.
We define "low-carb" as 9 grams of carbohydrates per 100 grams of food. A food must have less than 5g of sugar (natural or added) per 100g or 2.5g of sugar per 100mls to be a low sugar food, and sugar-free means less than 0.5g of sugar per 100g or per 100ml. .
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