If you have diabetes, you might be wary of fruits — but fruit is an important part of a healthy diet. These 10 tips will help you enjoy nature’s bounty without spiking your blood sugar.
These minted fruit kabobs are a fresh, sweet dish that make for a light and pretty dessert or a fun snack.
Nothing beats the smell of bubbling fruits mixed with fragrant spices and fresh lemon juice wafting through your home!
Each of these fruits is packed with nutrients and fiber. And while they’re sweet enough to taste like a treat, they won’t trigger sugar cravings. Is your favorite on our list?
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy
Fruit is good for you, right? But some fruits are a little too high in sugar and a little too low in fiber. Find out which ones our dietitians recommend cutting back on.
Why not jazz up your morning breakfast routine with some fruit pizza? Use a whole-grain English muffin for fiber and to help you feel full with toppings of fruit and fat-free cream cheese for delicious flavor and plenty of vitamin C.
Most meat lovers already know the ugly truth: Eating red meat can increase your risk of heart disease. Study after study shows the link. But what’s a cookout without burgers and brats? Turns out it can still be a blazing success. Dietitian Kate Patton and intern Sara Saliba within Cleveland Clinic’s Section of Preventive Cardiology … Read More
Tired of plain fruit? Add some tang with this yogurt dressing. This dish is not only colorful but high in potassium.
Sometimes it’s not easy getting the recommended five to six servings of fruits and vegetables we need. So, you may have to get a little resourceful from time to time. Kristin Kirkpatrick, a registered dietitian at Cleveland Clinic, says juicing is a good way to get a variety of fruits and vegetables into your diet. … Read More