Low-Sugar Fruit Shopping List

Find out which fruits are lowest in sugar.

Low-Sugar Fruit Shopping List

Fruits are some of the healthiest, most nutritious foods for our bodies. They are a unique blend of fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients and complex carbohydrates. Along with vegetables, they offer more nutrients pound for pound than any other food group on the market. Those with diabetes or prediabetes may need to avoid some fruits higher in sugar because of the effect it can have on their blood glucose. Find out which fruits are lower in sugar.

Raspberries and Blackberries

These berries are high in fiber and lower in sugar. In spite of that, they pack a lot of flavor and can be used in meals from breakfast to dessert.

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