Blood sugar-friendly fruits

Apple slices with nut butter can balance blood sugar and satisfy hunger. Apples include quercetin and chlorogenic acid, which reduce blood sugar.


Eating pear skin lowers blood sugar. A medium pear has 6 g of fibre, or 21% of RDV. Peeling pears diminishes blood sugar-regulating fibre and minerals.


Blueberries top yoghurt parfaits and porridge. Eating these berries may boost insulin sensitivity, helping regulate blood glucose.


One cup of tomatoes has 4 grammes of sugar. Tomatoes contain lycopene, a carotenoid that lowers glucose and raises insulin.


Coconut fat and fibre regulate blood sugar. Avoid sugary coconut flakes. In suitable portions, eat fresh coconut meat.


Avocados are caloric, therefore consuming too many may lead to weight gain and blood sugar management issues.


Kiwi's vitamins, minerals, and plant components may reduce heart disease risk factors like high blood pressure.


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