Three Diabetes-Friendly Fruits

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Certainly, hearing the news of having diabetes 
 was not a good one for all. Many people think that they will not be able to practice their life
as they used to do it before. Others believe that they will not be able to eat or drink some of the things they truly like. However, we are here to tell you that this is not true at all. We will show you three diabetes-friendly fruits that you can include in your diet totally risk free. What are the features of these fruits? Well, the three diabetes-friendly fruits we are going to offer you have low carbohydrates and blood sugar (glucose), and they are rich in other vitamins. Here are the best three diabetes-friendly fruits:


1- Raspberries:

Raspberries are rich in fiber than any other berries that


 exists, and it contains only 15 grams of carbohydrates and 8 grams of fibers per a fruit piece making it perfect to both diabetes and cholesterol patients. Nevertheless, having this high amount of fibers slows down blood sugar risings and makes your stomach feel full.


2- Cherries

Cherries are low in glucose and are a smart 
addition to a diabetes-friendly diet. One cup of cherries has 19 grams of carbohydrates and around 78 calories. Cherries are full of antioxidants,which is good for people with heart diseases and cancer. However, if you are buying cherries canned,or frozen, you always have to check the labels because sometimes they add sugar and other industrial materials and colors, which minimizes any benefits.





3- Peaches

Certainly, we all like peaches, as they are juicy, 
tasty, full of vitamins A, and C. Nevertheless, peaches
 are also full of potassium, fibers, and low amount of sugar.
 If you find yourself in need for a fresh and healthy juice, then two Peach fruits sliced, mixed with some ice and a spoon of ginger would be just perfect for you to start your day with it. 

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