What foods are sucrose free?
- Vegetables. Most vegetables are a safe addition to your daily fructose- and sucrose-free food plan.
- Whole Grains. Plain whole grains contain no fructose or sucrose and pack a nutritional punch.
- Meat, Poultry and Fish. Protein-rich fish, poultry and red meat are fructose and sucrose free.
- Fats and Oil.
What fruits are low in sucrose?
A few examples of low-sucrose fruits:
- 1 cup of fresh strawberries has 0.7 grams of sucrose.
- 1 cup of fresh cherries has 0.2 grams of sucrose.
- 1 kiwi has 0.1 grams of sucrose.
Is honey OK for CSID?
According to this website https://www.csidcares.org/treatment/sugars/, honey is tolerated only by some people with genetic sucrase-isomaltase deficiency (GSID) or congenital sucrase-isomaltase deficiency (CSID). Note the website is by the manufacturs of Sucraid® (sacrosidase).