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10 Fruits That Aren't Actually That Good for You

If you're trying to cut back, steer clear of these foods.

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    Figs

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    Grapes

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    Pomegranate

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    Bananas

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    Mango

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    Cherries

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    Lychees

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    Apples

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    Pineapple

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    Coconut

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  • These little guys contain a whopping 14 grams of sugar per 3-ounce (80 grams approx.) serving, so make sure you enjoy in moderation.

  • Grapes are an easy, healthy snack—but be careful how many you grab: a large bunch of grapes has almost 39 grams of sugar.

  • There's no denying that this fruit boasts some great health benefits, from helping your heart and slowing the process of aging. However, a whole pomegranate

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  • Bananas a great because they're rich in potassium, but they contain 10.1 grams of sugar per 3 ounces. Womp, womp.

  • This juicy, colorful fruit makes for one refreshing treat in the summertime, but be careful: While mangos are high in vitamin A, one cup contains around 23 grams of sugar.

  • These sweet little guys may seem innocent, but they pack a whopping 10.9 grams of sugar per 3-ounce serving.

  • While these spiky little fruits contain high amounts of calcium, they also pack 29 grams of sugar per cup.

  • An apple a day will keep the doctor away, but it will also hit you with 8.8 grams of sugar per 3 ounces.