Fruits and veggies can be good snacks for diabetics. Vegetables with dip, dried, frozen or canned vegetables, 100% juice, a handful of nuts, fresh, frozen, canned or dried fruit may all be good choices. Most fruits and veggies are low in fat and calories, and high in fiber and water, which help to fill you up with fewer calories. You can find some good recipes for fruits and veggies here. Other individuals with diabetes have asked about including fruits and vegetables in a diet for diabetes. See our response in Frequently Asked Questions.
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