Health-Diet.us



GLUCOSE Content of Foods

Search entire U.S. food database:

  Enter any parts of food name then hit Return to search.

   Browse Glucose Resources or Nutrition Software.


Food NameGlucose
Cheese, cottage, creamed, large or small curd0.00
Cheese, cottage, nonfat, uncreamed, dry, large or small curd0.29
Cheese, cottage, lowfat, 2% milkfat0.77
Cheese, cream0.00
Cheese, mozzarella, whole milk0.56
Cheese, neufchatel0.00
Cheese, parmesan, grated0.15
Cheese, swiss0.48
Cheese, pasteurized process, American, fortified with vitamin D0.00
Cheese food, pasteurized process, American, vitamin D fortified0.00
Cream, sour, cultured0.00
Eggnog0.07
Dessert topping, powdered, 1.5 ounce prepared with 1/2 cup milk0.00
Milk, whole, 3.25% milkfat, with added vitamin D0.00
1234567891011121314151617181920...Last

Usage Note

This is the world's largest searchable, sortable GLUCOSE content of foods nutrient database.
  • Glucose values are in grams and calculated per 100g of food weight.
  • This glucose database contains glucose content of 1,252 common foods.
  • Click on column header to sort foods by name or by glucose content.

Glucose

information from the National Institutes of Health

Glucose, a monosaccharide (or simple sugar) also known as grape sugar or corn sugar, is an important carbohydrate. The living cell uses it as a source of energy and metabolic intermediate. Glucose is one of the main products of photosynthesis.

All major dietary carbohydrates contain glucose, either as their only building block, as in starch and glycogen, or together with another monosaccharide, as in sucrose and lactose. Some of the glucose goes directly toward fueling brain cells and erythrocytes, while the rest makes its way to the liver and muscles, where it is stored as glycogen, and to fat cells, where it can be used to power reactions which synthesize some fats. Glycogen is the body’s auxiliary energy source, tapped and converted back into glucose when there is need for energy.


What is glucose-galactose malabsorption?

Glucose-galactose malabsorption is a condition in which the cells lining the intestine cannot take in the sugars glucose and galactose, which prevents proper digestion of these molecules and larger molecules made from them.

Glucose and galactose are called simple sugars, or monosaccharides. Sucrose (table sugar) and lactose (the sugar found in milk) are called disaccharides because they are made from two simple sugars, and are broken down into these simple sugars during digestion. Sucrose is broken down into glucose and another simple sugar called fructose, and lactose is broken down into glucose and galactose. As a result, lactose, sucrose and other compounds made from sugar molecules (carbohydrates) cannot be digested by individuals with glucose-galactose malabsorption.

Glucose-galactose malabsorption generally becomes apparent in the first few weeks of a baby's life. Affected infants experience severe diarrhea resulting in life-threatening dehydration, increased acidity of the blood and tissues (acidosis), and weight loss when fed breast milk or regular infant formulas. However, they are able to digest fructose-based formulas that do not contain glucose or galactose. Some affected children are better able to tolerate glucose and galactose as they get older.

Small amounts of glucose in the urine (mild glucosuria) may occur intermittently in this disorder. Affected individuals may also develop kidney stones or more widespread deposits of calcium within the kidneys.


Our Sugar-Related Nutrient Databases

Individual sugars: Fructose, galactose, glucose, lactose, maltose, sucrose.
Multiple sugars: Fructose, glucose and sucrose.
UK Nutrient Databank: Glucose, galactose, fructose, sucrose, maltose, lactose and total sugars in foods commonly available in the UK.



Glucose Food Sources

List of 100 foods highest in glucose content. Glucose values are in grams and measured per 100 grams of food weight.



Foods High in Glucose Glucose

Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, LACTOFREE, with iron, powder, not reconstituted 57.0

Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, LACTOFREE LIPIL, with iron, powder, with ARA and DHA 54.8

Honey 35.8

Dates, medjool 33.7

Apricots, dried, sulfured, uncooked 33.1

McDONALD'S, Honey 32.6

Raisins, seedless 27.8

Plums, dried (prunes), uncooked 25.5

Figs, dried, uncooked 24.8

Prune puree 22.3

Drink mix, QUAKER OATS, GATORADE, orange flavor, powder 20.0

Dates, deglet noor 19.9

McDONALD'S, Sweet 'N Sour Sauce 18.8

Lemonade, frozen concentrate, pink 18.6

McDONALD'S, Barbeque Sauce 18.3

Lemonade, frozen concentrate, white 16.3

Salad dressing, french dressing, reduced fat, without salt 15.7

Toaster Pastries, fruit, frosted (include apples, blueberry, cherry, strawberry) 15.7

McDONALD'S, Low Fat Caramel Sauce 14.3

Cereals ready-to-eat, KELLOGG, KELLOGG'S RAISIN BRAN 14.3

Infant formula, MEAD JOHNSON, ENFAMIL, LACTOFREE, LIPIL, with iron, liquid concentrate, not reconstituted, 14.0

with ARA and DHA

Peaches, dried, sulfured, uncooked 12.8

Formulated bar, POWER BAR, chocolate 11.9

Molasses 11.9

Catsup, low sodium 11.8

Catsup 11.8

McDONALD'S, Hot Mustard Sauce 11.2

Blueberries, wild, canned, heavy syrup, drained 10.1


Foods High in Glucose Glucose

Jackfruit, raw 9.5

Pickles, cucumber, sweet (includes bread and butter pickles) 9.2

Salad dressing, thousand island dressing, reduced fat 9.1

Chokecherries, raw, pitted (Shoshone Bannock) 8.9

Blueberries, canned, light syrup, drained 8.6

Formulated bar, MARS SNACKFOOD US, SNICKERS Marathon Energy Bar, all flavors 8.6

Cereals ready-to-eat, MALT-O-MEAL, GOLDEN PUFFS 8.3

Sapote, mamey, raw 8.0

Cherries, sweet, canned, pitted, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 7.9

Candies, TOOTSIE ROLL, chocolate-flavor roll 7.9

Pineapple, canned, juice pack, solids and liquids 7.7

Vinegar, balsamic 7.6

Pineapple, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 7.5

Cookies, chocolate chip, commercially prepared, soft-type 7.5

Nance, canned, syrup, drained 7.4

McDONALD'S, Warm Cinnamon Roll 7.3

Grapes, red or green (European type, such as Thompson seedless), raw 7.2

Papaya, canned, heavy syrup, drained 7.0

Fast foods, miniature cinnamon rolls 6.9

Formulated bar, high fiber, chewy, oats and chocolate 6.9

Babyfood, fruit, plums with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, strained 6.8

Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 6.8

Grape juice, canned or bottled, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 6.8

Babyfood, fruit, prunes with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, strained 6.8

Cranberry juice cocktail, bottled 6.8

Babyfood, fruit, prunes with tapioca, without ascorbic acid, junior 6.8

Salad dressing, french dressing, commercial, regular 6.7

Salad dressing, french dressing, commercial, regular, without salt 6.7

Cherries, sweet, raw 6.6

Salad dressing, thousand island dressing, fat-free 6.4

Guanabana nectar, canned 6.4




Foods High in Glucose Glucose

Pulled pork in barbecue sauce 6.4

Pomegranate juice, bottled 6.3

Pears, canned, heavy syrup pack, solids and liquids 6.1

Cherimoya, raw 5.9

Tamarind nectar, canned 5.9

Guava nectar, canned 5.9

Peaches, canned, heavy syrup, drained 5.8

Cake, snack cakes, creme-filled, sponge 5.8

Tomato products, canned, paste, without salt added 5.8

Tomato products, canned, paste, with salt added 5.8

USDA Commodity, mixed fruit (peaches, pears, grapes), canned, light syrup, solids and liquids 5.6

Pie, pecan, commercially prepared 5.5

Applesauce, canned, sweetened, without salt (includes USDA commodity) 5.5

USDA Commodity, mixed fruit (peaches, pears, grapes), canned, light syrup, drained 5.5

Persimmons, japanese, raw 5.4

Mango nectar, canned 5.3

Kiwifruit, gold, raw 5.2

Snacks, granola bars, soft, uncoated, chocolate chip 5.2

Plums, raw 5.1

Plums, wild (Northern Plains Indians) 5.1

McDONALD'S, Hotcakes (with 2 pats margarine & syrup) 5.1

Bananas, raw 5.0

Plantains, yellow, fried, Latino restaurant 5.0

Chokecherries, raw, pitted (Northern Plains Indians) 5.0

Pie, Dutch Apple, Commercially Prepared 4.9

Blueberries, raw 4.9

Pears, canned, light syrup pack, solids and liquids 4.8

Salad dressing, thousand island, commercial, regular 4.8

Salad dressing, italian dressing, commercial, regular 4.7

Salad dressing, italian dressing, commercial, regular, without salt 4.7

Salad dressing, french dressing, fat-free 4.7


Foods High in Glucose Glucose

Babyfood, plums, bananas and rice, strained 4.7

Pineapple juice, canned, unsweetened, with added ascorbic acid 4.7

Pineapple juice, canned, unsweetened, without added ascorbic acid 4.7

USDA Commodity peaches, canned, light syrup, drained 4.6

McDONALD'S, Baked Apple Pie 4.6

Frozen novelties, juice type, POPSICLE SCRIBBLERS 4.5

Abiyuch, raw 4.5

Carbonated beverage, cola, with higher caffeine 4.5

Carbonated beverage, cola, without caffeine 4.5

Cookies, chocolate chip, commercially prepared, regular, higher fat, enriched 4.4

Go to Home Page