All fruits and vegetables are cholesterol free, low in sodium, and part of a healthy diet. In fact, the DASH diet, which is high in fruits and vegetables, has been clinically proven to significantly reduce blood pressure. You can find it by clicking here. All fruits can be included in a diet for individuals with diabetes, but it is important to remember that they do contain carbohydrates, which will increase your blood glucose. It is important to consider portion sizes when consuming foods containing carbohydrates. A registered dietitian or certified diabetes educator could help her with meal planning for diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. You can find a registered dietitian in your area at www.eatright.org.