What fruits are to be avoided by diabetes patients?

High glycemic. High glycemic fruits should be avoided since they can spike your blood sugar. These are tropical fruits such as pineapples, mangos, papayas and melons (watermelon, cantaloupe, honey dew).
None. This is a good question and frequently asked. The real question is how much, not what. In moderation and as part of a balanced, diabetic friendly (watching carbs) diet, any fruit is ok. There are many good resources by the mayo clinic, johns hopkins and others that can provide much more detail.
2 fruits/day. A diabetic should not eat more than 2fruits/d ex: 1//2 banana, 4 oz of juice, 2 prunes, small boll of fruits ex strawberries, blueberries, each equal to 1 fruit.
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