Probably healthy – preferably wild.
10+ study references
Peter Attia – What I actually eat.
On feeding his daughter …”when she eats fruit, it’s usually lower fructose fruits (e.g., raspberries, blueberries, strawberries) rather than higher fructose fruits (e.g., watermelon, banana).”
Gary Taubes – Intervention land of Dr Oz
“If I eat fruit, other than maybe a handful of blueberries a day, I start to gain weight, so I don’t eat it.”
Robb Wolf – Shopping Guide
Post Training Breakfast: (best if consumed within 30 min of training)
Salmon scramble, 1/2 honey dew or rock melon+1 cup of blueberries. OR
Grilled salmon, sweet potato hash browns with olive oil and cinnamon.
Mark Sisson – Best fruits
I’d recommend berries and cherries, preferably wild, as the best option overall. You can buy them fresh or frozen year round or freeze your own during summer season. Weighing in at about 12-15 grams of carbs a serving, I don’t see any reason these can’t be a daily choice if you’re a fruit lover.
Chris MasterJohn – Wheat belly article
I never count blueberries, but I suspect a small snack for me is closer to 200 blueberries than to ten. Am I on my way to obesity and diabetes? I doubt it.
CHRIS KRESSER – Recipe recommendation
Adding fresh berries to unsweetened yogurt is the perfect healthy breakfast, snack or dessert!
Dr Micahel Eades – Low carb battles in your brain
Think how nice it will be when the world comes to its senses about diet and realizes the superiority of the low-carb diet for health and weight……Dessert trays will be filled with different varieties of berries and other low-carb fruits.
Dr Rhonda Patrick
“Berries have a compound called pterostilbene that works with vitamin D to improve immune function against infection”