Fruits that do not cause one's blood sugar levels to rise  

Cherries: With a GI score of about 20, cherries are not only low in sugar but also rich in antioxidants. 

Berries: Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries have low glycemic indices and are high in fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants. 

Pears: Especially when eaten with the skin, pears are high in fiber and have a low GI. 

Apples: Another fruit that, when eaten with its skin, provides plenty of fiber, helping to moderate blood sugar levels. Apples have a relatively low GI. 

Oranges: Whole oranges are a good source of vitamin C and fiber. They have a low glycemic index and provide sweetness without significantly spiking blood sugar levels. 

Peaches: Fresh peaches have a low GI and are deliciously sweet and juicy, making them a safe choice for keeping blood sugar in check. 

Plums: In their fresh form (not dried), plums have a low GI and can be a good option for a sweet, low-sugar snack. 

Grapefruit: This fruit has a low GI and, despite its sweetness, it can help in maintaining stable blood sugar levels when consumed in moderation. 

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