Fat - vegetables, legumes, mushrooms & fruits

Fruits and vegetables (with the exception of avocados and olives) are very low in fat and therefore recommended in unrestricted quantities. Legumes contain a lot of protein in addition to vitamins and trace elements. In particular, soy products can also be very fatty.

Dried fruit as a sweetener substitute

Dehydrated fruit is ideal as a substitute for sweets. It contains very little fat and therefore does not make you fat. It also helps against constipation.

Vegetables, legumes, sprouts, mushrooms, fruitsFat content in percent
vegetables
radischen0.1
vegetable juices0.1
Randen0.1
carrots0.2
cucumbers0.2
asparagus0.2
tomatoes0.2
fennel0.3
Chinese cabbage0.3
celery root0.3
spinach0.3
pepperoni0.3
leek0.3
onions0.3
Brussels sprouts0.5
Kale0.9
corn on the Cob1.5
green olives14.0
black olives35.8
legumes
green peas1.4
lenses1.4
beans1.5
Chickpeas4.4
yellow peas6.0
soybeans18.6
sprouts
bamboo shoots0.3
grain sprouts0.4
bean sprouts1.4
mushrooms
morels0.3
ceps0.4
chanterelles0.5
mushrooms0.7
fruit
rhubarb0.1
nectarines0.1
fruit juices0.1
melons0.1
pineapple0.2
bananas0.2
oranges0.2
Grapes0.3
cherries0.3
khakis0.3
strawberries0.4
plums0.5
Kiwis0.5
apples0.6
blackberries1.0
avocados20.0
dried fruit
Datteln0.5
apricots0.5
plums0.6
Raisins, sultanas0.6
bananas0.8
apples1.6
pears1.8
figs2.0
canned fruits
fruit salad0.0
pears0.1
peach0.1
pineapple0.2
applesauce0.2
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