Most people with prediabetes or diabetes are Diabazole not sure whether they should include fruits, particularly the sweet ones, in their diet. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), any fruit (fresh, frozen or canned, without added sugar) can be a part of a diet to manage diabetes. However, one has to keep a count of each serving of fruit as a part of his/her daily carbohydrate intake. The ADA suggests that, 45-60 grams of carbohydrate at a meal, is an acceptable figure for people with diabetes; this figure may, of course, vary from person to person. To know how many carbohydrates one should take according to his/her specific needs, a registered dietician is the best person to talk to. Some common fruits that people with prediabetes and diabetes can include in their meal plan, according to Diabazole the ADA include: • Apricots• Banana• Blackberries• Blueberries• Cantaloupe• Cherries• .