But, I'm not telling you to cut out fruits completely, they're still good and can hold purpose in your diet! The best times to have fruit if you're going to eat it are right when you wake up and have breakfast, as well as immediately post-workout. These are both times when the body has low blood sugar and is looking for energy, and there's nothing better to fit the bill then some good quality fruit! For example it would be good to throw in an apple into your breakfast, and have a banana and some berries right after working out. Not only is it good for you but you will really feel better right away! Just don't forget to get your protein in with every meal, whether it be from a shake or meat. Just be sure though that if you are going to have fruit with a protein shake that the protein powder you're using doesn't have a lot of carbs already in it. So again just to review, keep fruit to a minimum, no more than 2-3 servings every day, generally upon waking at breakfast and post-workout with protein.