No, and have some more! Due to their low glycemic index, strawberries promote a gradual increase in the blood sugar level. This is highly beneficial to diabetics. Strawberries also contain other health benefits and research is growing to support the belief that strawberries can help treat type 2 diabetes.
These berries are low in calories but high in fiber and vitamin C. Fiber is especially important for diabetics, and even more-so for those trying to lose weight. It will help you feel satisfied longer and eat even less. It’s also good for helping to remedy constipation. It will prove about 80 percent of the vitamin C you need for your day, as well as some iron and calcium.
Beware of strawberries that are part of sugary desserts as well as those that have been bathed in syrups. Be careful to count the carbs when you tally your total carb intake for the day and, as with any food, keep it to the suggested half-cup serving size. Instead of bathing them in sugar, try adding them to your cereal, use them as a snack or let them stand on their own as a delectable dessert. But however you like them, like them as a regular part of your diet.