According to the ADA, berries are a diabetes superfood because they're packed with antioxidants and fiber. One cup of fresh blueberries has 84 calories and 21 grams (g) of carbohydrates
2. Tart Cherries
They may be especially good at fighting inflammation. Tart cherries are also packed with antioxidants, which may help fight heart disease, cancer, and other diseases
One medium peach contains 59 calories and 14 g of carbohydrates, according to the USDA. It also has 10 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C
These fruity jewels are also a good source of fiber. (Four apricots have 3 g of fiber, or 10 percent of the DV.
A medium-size apple is a great fruit choice, with just 95 calories and 25 g of carbs, notes the USDA. Apples are also loaded with fiber
Eat one orange and you'll get 78 percent of the vitamin C you need in a day.ne medium orange also contains folate and potassium.which may help normalize blood pressure.
Because pears are an excellent source of fiber (one medium fruit has nearly 5.5 g or 20 percent of the DV, per the USDA)
7. Green Kiwi
According to the USDA, one delicious, powerhouse kiwi has 215 mg of potassium (5 percent of the DV), 64 mg of vitamin C (71 percent of the DV) and 2 g of fiber (8 percent of the DV).
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