15+diabetes fruits

15+diabetes fruits.

The patients with 2 diabetes gets advice to to avoid fruit as the notion that fruit is not safe when you need to control your blood sugar levels is a common  diabetes myth that has been squashed again and again. According tot, ADA says there are many type of fruit that is packed full of beneficial vitamins, minerals, and fine a powerful nutrient that has been shown to help regulate blood sugar levels, aid weight loss, and reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. So, lets know these fruits


Berries are low in the glycemic index yet high in antioxidants, vitamins, and fine. it, s blueberries or strawberries- berries are considered a sunerfood for people with diabetes.


This is another diabetes-friendly fruit that is great source of full of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and fibre that is good for diabetics. The antioxidants present in papaya also prevent cell damage and reduce your risk of various conditions, including heart disease.


This are packed with potassium, fiber, vitamins A and C. With glycemic index ranging from 28-56, depending on the size of the fruit, peaches can be included in your diabetes-friendly diet.


Apples which are source of fiber and vitamin C, can help  control blood sugar in diabetics. Apples also contain antioxidetics and anti-inflammatory properties that may help people with diabetes recover faster from infections.


One small grape contains one gram of carbohydrate, which means that 15 grapes are considered one serving of fruit. Odds are that if you are eating grapes , you are eating way more than 15.

To avoid overeating, it's best to either count them and put them into  a small bowl, or avoid temptation and choose to eat a fruit such as berries.

You can eat  1 1/4 cup of strawberries for the same amount of carbohydrate as fifteen grapes.


Most people don't stop eating  cherries at just a handful, which is why eating cherries will usually result in blood sugar spikes. Similar to  grapes, one cherry contains one gram fo carbohydrate. If you find that yourself snacking on a big bowl  of cherries, it's probably best to avoid them altogether.


 Fresh pineapple is delicious and sweet, especially when it's very ripe, which makes it a high glycemic index food. Depending on how you slice it, the thickness and width can change the amount of  carbohydrates and make it easy to overeat too.

If you must eat pineapple, stick to a 1/2 cup serving (pineapple cut into chunks) and aim to eat it with a meal or a protein-rich food such as low-fat Greek yogurt or low-fat cottage cheese.
Avoid canned pineapple that has been sweetened with sugar. If you are buying canned pineapple, purchase the on sugar added variety


Ever eat an  entire mango in one sitting? You are not alone.
 Depending on the size, an  entire mango will cost you about 30 grams of carbohydrate and about 26 grams of sugar.
If you do eat mango, make sure to limit your portion to 1/2 and aim to eat when it's a bit more firm. As the mango softens, it becomes riper and its glycemic index- the rate at which it can increase blood sugar- will rise.


You may have heard that bananas are too sweet. It's not that bananas are actually sweeter than other fruit choices. Rather, one medium banana contains the same amount of carbohydrate in  two servings of  another fruit choice , such as one small piece of fruit or 3/4 cup of blueberries . if you do eat a banana, stick to 1/2 and place the ther half in the refrigerator for a later time.

Dried fruit,

especially vareities that have been coated in yogurt ,chocolate or sugar contains a large amount of carbohydrate for a small portion .two tabelspoons of raisins has the same amount of carbohydrates as one small piece of fruit . replace dried fruit with fresh fruit to add volume to your meal plan and reduce the sugar contain.


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