Diabetes Self-Management Blog

As Amy Campbell explains in her blog entry this week, fruit tends to have a low “energy density” thanks to its high fiber and water content. This fruit salad, low in calories but a good source of fiber (not to mention vitamins and minerals), certainly fits the bill.

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