But—while most of us have fully embraced the (sad) fact that cutting out bread, pasta, muffins, and refined sugar will indeed have an effect on our waistlines, there's one area that's still a bit of a mystery when it comes to low-carb diets: Fruit. Or, more specifically, low carb fruits versus high carb fruits. The fact is, fruit has sugar. The ultimate guide to healthy sweeteners, which to use and which to avoid on low-carb, keto & paleo diets. This means that on a keto low-carb diet (fruit like a plum or a couple of cherries, once in a while. You can eat plenty of vegetables instead. You can easily get any nutrient in fruit from vegetables – without all the sugar. So there's Missing: pauls market. This week I'd like to tackle one of the most important questions that I get asked. However, before getting to the question, I think it's worth investing a few minutes to frame this discussion around a theme tightly linked to it — sugar. If you've been following the nutrition news lately, you may have noticed that Dr. Rob Lustig has. Ask any random person on the street whether fruit is healthy I'll bet that 9 out of a 10 will say that it is. Pretty much everyone "knows" that fruit is a health food it's right up there with vegetables, right? However, in certain circles, many people think that fruit is unhealthy. There are even people who go to Missing: pauls. low carb fruit like berries can be used to make wonderful low carb desserts. Here is a recipe for panna cotta using strawberries.