9 Fruits that are Good For Diabetics

cherries and blueberriesSummer means lots of delicious fruit. But if you have diabetes, you may be wondering how (and even if) which of these healthy seasonal treats are okay for you to enjoy.

According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) fruits are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber and should be a part of a diabetic diet — just keep track of them as you do all your carbs. The key is to keep an eye on portion sizes and stay away from fruits canned in syrups or other types of added sugar. If you are using the glycemic index (GI) to manage your diabetes, most fruits are a good choice because they are low GI.

Satisfy your sweet tooth and keep your blood sugar in check with the following tasty choices: