Slideshow: 10 Low-Carb Fruit Recipes by The Diabetes Food Hub Team

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As the end of summer approaches, most fruit varieties reach their peak. This means that prices at the grocery store or farmers market go down, while the fresh flavor goes up. There’s not a better time to stock up and take advantage of recipes that lean on fruit to add complex flavors or a touch of sweetness. And while it’s always wise to keep an eye on the carb content, the fiber- and vitamin-rich profile of most fruits mean you can indulge a little while keeping carb counts diabetes friendly.

Slideshow: 10 Low-Carb Fruit Recipes For more fruit-based and diabetes-friendly recipes, go here.
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