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Are red seedless grapes okay for people with diabetes?

Yes! Grapes contain carbohydrate, as all fruits do, and carbs raise blood sugar, but the red skins on grapes have other great heart-healthy benefits, just like red wine does. Just be sure you watch portion size and test your blood sugar after eating. Also, combine them with a protein food like cheese to help moderate the impact on your blood glucose levels.

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