Low Protein Fruits – List

Hi everyone,

I was also asked to do the same list I did for veggies for fruits too. So – here it is 🙂

I was also asked to add exchanges, this will follow for both lists too.

pineapple          17 mg Phe / 100 g         0,5 g protein / 100 g

apple                  11 mg Phe / 100 g         0,3 g protein / 100 g

avocado             60 mg Phe / 100g         1,4 g protein / 100 g

banana               44 mg Phe / 100g         1,2 g protein / 100 g

star fruit            47 mg Phe / 100g          1,2 g protein / 100 g

pear                   18 mg Phe / 100 g         0,5 g protein / 100 g

blackberry       46 mg Phe / 100g          1,2 g protein / 100 g

strawberry       28 mg Phe / 100g          0,8 g protein / 100 g

pomegranate  27mg Phe / 100g           0,7 g protein / 100 g

grapefruit       15 mg Phe / 100 g         0,6 g protein / 100 g

blueberry       33 mg Phe / 100g          0,6 g protein / 100 g

raspberry        49 mg Phe / 100 g        1,3 g protein / 100 g

currant           43 mg Phe / 100g          1,1 g protein / 100 g

black currant  48 mg Phe / 100g        1,3 g protein / 100 g

cherry            18 mg Phe / 100 g        0,9 g protein / 100 g

kiwi fruit      38 mg Phe / 100 g      1,0 g protein / 100 g

mango          24 mg Phe / 100 g       0,6 g protein / 100 g

orange          27 mg Phe / 100 g      1,0 g protein / 100 g

Papaya         20 mg Phe / 100 g      0,5 g protein / 100 g

peach           23 mg Phe / 100g       0,8 g protein / 100 g

plum           19 mg Phe / 100 g       0,6 g protein / 100 g

watermelon  21 mg Phe / 100 g     0,6 g protein / 100 g

honeydew melon 28 mg Phe / 100g   0,9 g protein / 100g

Source: Nutrition information overview by SHS Nutricia Germany.

Love,
Katie xxx

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4 thoughts on “Low Protein Fruits – List

  1. Manuel Duran says:

    The fruit with the lowest phe level………..guava.

    • pkugirl says:

      Hi Manuel… thanks for the hint… how much phe does guava have per 100g and where do you have this information from? I will add this to the list.

      Have a great weekend!
      Love
      Katie xxx

  2. Thanks for posting this Katie. It is very useful to have a quick online reference for Phe values. The German Phe values seem to be slightly higher than the American values (e.g., from USDA database). I wonder why… cheers, Mimi

    • pkugirl says:

      Hey Mimi,

      you’re welcome..

      that’s interesting. I don’t know. It might be a different measuring procedure? I know that SHS / or now the company’s name is Nutricia, checks on the phe levels regularly and they bring out new tables every now and then. Also some of the phe amounts from veggies vary on each edition. This might also be like this because it’s all nature products and I guess also origin of the veggies might influence the nutrition facts.. .

      Have a great evening.
      Love,
      Katie

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