Raspberries Are Packed With The Good While Skipping The Bad
Speaking of deep red, raspberries are fantastic for our blood. Their carbohydrate to fiber ratio is about 2:1, making them one of the lowest carb, high fiber fruits. For this reason, raspberries are not likely to raise blood sugar. In fact, a study by Washington State University conducted on mice suggests raspberries may even lower blood sugar and improve insulin resistance.
Given how sweet and appealing looking these berries are, they are one of the best berries to satisfy a sweet tooth. Particularly because of their low impact on blood sugar, they are an ideal fruit to satisfy that late-night craving.