Fruits like berries and starchy vegetables like sweet potatoes and bananas are higher in sugar and carbohydrates, but are still welcome on a low-sugar diet in moderation. A person with diabetes can consume bananas in moderation as part of a balanced diet. I always try to count the carbohydrates and sugars I have when I eat and to make my carbohydrates come out much more than the sugars (sometimes I have to guess, but I admit that I've made some good guesses). We recommend limiting all sugars and consuming stevia in moderation, as eating too many sweetened foods can lead to more sugar cravings.
However, they may contain added sugars or syrups to enhance the flavor, which could increase blood sugar levels. If you've checked the labels on your cheeses and they're low in sugar, you can use them on a sugar-free diet. Ready to accept the challenge, I've been living almost sugar-free, but eager to keep going. I have multiple sclerosis and have followed the Wahls protocol, which reflects this very well.
I see that I have been consuming too much pineapple. I even tried making sugar-free pancakes with Banana instead of sugar, I won't miss them because they were a little ugly. I don't know why you say you can't eat sweet potatoes, but you can eat regular potatoes, because when I searched the Internet large potatoes have 2.9 grams of sugar and sweet potatoes have 5 grams of sugar. We recommend eliminating dates, honey and maple syrup from your diet during the 7-day detox to help your body adapt to the lack of sugar.
These added sugars add extra calories to the diet, which can lead to weight gain and nutritional deficiencies, as they replace more nutritious foods. When health organizations, such as the American Heart Association, recommend reducing sugar consumption, they're referring to added sugars, not to the natural sugars found in fruits.