The best fruits for diabetics include tart cherries, pears, apples and oranges, states Everyday Health. Other fruits suitable for diabetics are low-carb varieties such as kiwi, apricots, berries and peaches.
Aside from low-carb content, tart cherries contain anti-inflammatory properties, which are beneficial to diabetics, reports Everyday Health. They also contain antioxidants, which fight diseases such as cancer and heart diseases. Diabetics should eat fresh and frozen tart cherries while avoiding canned and dried cherries that are packed with added sugar.
Pears are low in carbohydrates and rich in fiber and potassium, which makes them suitable for diabetics. To ready pears for consumption, they should be allowed to fully ripen at room temperature after picking, then refrigerated until consumed.
A daily dosage of one apple contains 54 calories and 14 carb grams, which make it diabetes-friendly. Apples also contain fiber and vitamin C, which are beneficial to diabetics. It is best to eat apples without peeling them because apple skins contain beneficial antioxidants.
One orange contains enough vitamin C to meet daily needs, according to Everyday Health, and they are low in carbohydrates and calories, They are also rich in folate and potassium, which help to regulate blood pressure.