who can resist a bowl of fresh blackberries? If you're concerned about your blood sugar, you don't have to! Blackberries have an extremely low glycemic index
The berry bonanza continues. With their ample fiber content of 3.5 grams per cup and a low glycemic index of 53, blueberries definitely make the roster of best fruits
Underneath apples' everyday persona lies a wealth of benefits for blood sugar. In addition to their hefty fiber content and low GI score, apples are rich in polyphenols
Let's settle the debate over whether tomatoes are fruits or veggies once and for all, shall we? They're fruits, folks! (But maybe…also…vegetables?)
You're not alone if you believe oranges are a no-no for lowering blood sugar. Although orange juice can definitely send blood glucose sky-high, whole oranges are another story.
As fruits go, dates aren't all that low in sugar—but that's actually why, as a nutritionist, I recommend them. Sound confusing?
Here's the deal: rather than eat dates by the handful, my advice is to use them as a natural sweetener in foods like baked goods, energy bites, and smoothies.