Here’s a list of fruits that are generally low in carbohydrates:
Avocado: Although technically a fruit, avocados are very low in carbs and high in healthy fats.
Berries: Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries are relatively low in carbs compared to other fruits.
Watermelon: Surprisingly, watermelon has relatively low carbohydrate content for sweet fruit.
Cantaloupe: Another melon with a relatively low carb count.
Honeydew melon: It’s a low-carb melon option.
Peaches: Moderately low in carbs compared to other fruits.
Apricots: Also moderately low in carbs.
Lemons and limes: Very low in carbs and great for adding flavor to your water.
Rhubarb: Often used in desserts and has a low carbohydrate content.
Coconut: Fresh coconut meat and unsweetened coconut flakes have low carbs.
Remember that the carbohydrate content can vary slightly depending on the size and ripeness of the fruit. While these fruits are generally low in carbs, it’s always a good idea to consume them in moderation, especially if you are following a specific low-carb diet for medical or health reasons. If you have specific dietary requirements or health concerns, it’s best to consult with a registered dietitian or healthcare professional for personalized advice.