Watching Fructose - What Fruit Can I Eat?

I am a LPN Nurse recuperating from being very sick, this is how I ate myself back to health. This article continues telling the story of my research into a different kind of nutrition.

By Joan McDaniel                  

Continuing my story of finding something healthy to eat after being very sick:

Once I have found a safe breakfast cereal, I wanted something to top it off.

I started my look around for articles. I never really enjoyed fruit, but knew it must be a major part of a good diet. I started to eat fruit, lots of it. Then one day an article showed which indicated how high the sugar content of some fruit is. One of my health problems is a border line high blood glucose readings. I had better watch my sugar intake. I cut way down on my fruit intake but still wanted the luxury of a sweet taste to my morning cereal or oatmeal plus I needed nutrition. I found verification for what I instinctively knew. Berries, cranberries, blueberries, and strawberries are good for you. Again moderation was the answer. I can eat my fruit but no more than 24 grams a day. Cranberry, blueberry and strawberry contain some of the lowest counts of fructose or sugar.

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