Lemons and limes are sour fruits high in vitamin C, low in sugar. They're perfect for adding flavor to water.
Another citrus fruit on the list is grapefruit. A medium sized grapefruit contains only 9 grams of sugar. So, have it for breakfast or as a snack but, make sure that you eat it in moderation.
Blueberries are a diabetes superfood, rich in antioxidants and fiber. One cup has 84 calories and 21g carbs. Try them in a parfait with yogurt.
Strawberries are low in sugar and high in vitamin C. A cup has 7g of sugar and over 100% of recommended daily vitamin C intake.
Raspberries are low in sugar, high in fiber, and great for satisfying sweet cravings. A cup has only 5g of sugar and keeps you full for longer.
Tart cherries have antioxidants for inflammation, 52 cal and 12.6g carbs. Check canned fruit labels for added sugar. Dried cherries have more calories/carbs in smaller portions.
Kiwis are a low-sugar fruit with vitamin C, available year-round. They have just 6.7g of sugar per fruit and are a type of berry.
Avocados are low in sugar and healthy for diabetics, with just 1g per fruit. They also lower bad cholesterol levels and protect the heart.
Peaches are a warm-weather treat with 59 calories, 14g carbs, and vitamin C. They're a good source of potassium and a great snack or smoothie ingredient.
Apricots are low in calories and carbs, rich in vitamin A and fiber. Add diced apricots to cereal or salad for a healthy and tasty diabetes-friendly meal.