Strawberries are an excellent source of antioxidants, fibre, and vitamin C. Slice them up and serve them on porridge, yoghurt, or in a sweet and savoury salad with spinach and walnuts.
For diabetics, blackberries are a fantastic option because they contain more fibre than their more popular relative, the strawberry.
The antioxidants in fresh cherries can help manage blood sugar, so they're a good option for those who wish to avoid the sugar-laden maraschino cherries that adorn ice cream.
If you don't like it raw, you can always make a kiwifruit juice or use it as a garnish. The fruit, peel, and seeds can all be eaten intact.
Defends your cells from oxidation and injury. Collagen is a protein that helps mend wounds and smooth the skin. To combat anaemia, it aids in the absorption of iron. Your body's natural fight against pathogens is boosted.
In-season peaches are sweet and juicy. Peaches contain bioactive chemicals that may combat obesity-related diabetes.
As the banana ripens, its sugar level increases, so choose a greener one
Pears are a crisp, fiber-rich snack. Eating entire Bartlett and Starkrimson pears may help manage type-2 diabetes.