6 Best Low-Carb Fruits


Although you can certainly consider them nuts or even seeds, they're actually drupes, according to the Library of Congress. 


Berries may be small, but they can pack a powerful punch when it comes to keeping you healthy. 


Grapefruits are known for their low-calorie and low-carb properties.


They are linked to decreasing your risk of diabetes, along with improving gut health and constipation.


That might also be one of the reasons why, coming in behind bananas, apples were the second most popular fruit in the U.S. in 2022.


Whether you're planning a backyard barbecue or are heading out on a picnic, you might want to bring some watermelon along as a healthy, tasty addition.

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