Strawberries have a low glycemic index. They also make you feel full for longer so you can eat less because you are not hungry so fast. They are a treat for the palate and stabilize blood sugar levels.
Strawberries also contain many antioxidants and that makes them good for sight and protect against retinal degeneration, so they are good for cases of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic cataracts.
They also contain 7.68g of carbohydrates, 2g of fiber, 58.8mg of vitamin C, and 153mg of potassium.
The Diabetics Associations recommends consuming green grapes for diabetics. Green grapes have more fiber than red or black grapes.
They are also rich in vitamin C and K, potassium and polyphenols. They contain antioxidants that are excellent for diabetics.
There is no relationship between grapes and blood sugar levels. However, Diabetes Association recommends them because they raise the amount of glucose in the blood very little and are not harmful to diabetics if taken in moderation.
This citric is rich in vitamin C and is good for controlling both blood sugar and cholesterol levels. It also helps decrease your risk of heart disease or stroke.
Being low in glycemic index and rich in soluble fiber helps to improve blood circulation and reduces blood cholesterol levels.
They contain 8 g of carbohydrates, 34.4 mg of vitamin C, and 1.1 g of fiber.
Apples are low in glycemic index and most importantly, they have lots of antioxidants. That is why it is advisable to include this fruit in your diet if you have diabetes.
They are especially rich in quercetin (a potent antioxidant found in high concentrations in apple skin) and is associated with reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, can help prevent heart attacks, reduce the risk of cancer, and Prevents eye diseases.
One apple contains 14 g of carbohydrates and 2.4 g of fiber.
As with apples, peaches have a low glycemic index and high antioxidant content and it is advisable to include them in the diet. It also helps boost the immune system. Try to be fresh peaches because they lose their properties if they are frozen or canned.
Peaches have 9.5 g of carbohydrates, 1.5 g of fiber and 190 mg of potassium.
Oranges are also low glycemic index and high soluble fiber content. Helps maintain blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
They contain 11.75g of carbohydrates, 53.2mg of vitamin C, and 2.4g of fiber.
They have very few carbohydrates and are the fruit par excellence for diabetics. Blueberries transform glucose for energy, increase insulin sensitivity, and manage blood sugar levels.
They contain 2.4 g of fiber, 14.5 g of carbohydrates and are rich in antioxidants.
Pears are the ideal snack if you suffer from diabetes. They have very few carbs and are low in calories. A medium sized pear contains only 100 calories and only 26 grams of carbohydrates.
A fresh guava contains calcium, potassium, iron, fiber, flavonoids, folic acid, nicotinic acid, vitamins A, B, and C. In addition, its glycemic index is very low and rich in soluble fiber. This makes it a delicious fruit that boosts the immune system.
Ideal for sweet cravings. Not only are they good for diabetics because of their low glycemic index, they are also good for the heart and skin.
Cherries have a strong antioxidant power thanks to their high content of anthocyanins that give them the characteristic red color and that give the anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties.
A dozen cherries equal one serving of fruit.