Fruits for diabetes

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Diabetics need to be very careful in eating and drinking, but often they are reckless in seeking sweets, which can be harmful to them. However, nature has given us a sweet alternative to fruit. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommends that diabetics can eat any type of fruit, except those that cause allergies.

A British Medical Journal found that the more fruit you eat, the lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In this regard, fresh fruits and their juices are beneficial, processed fruits or artificial fruit drinks need to be avoided. Let’s see what fruits diabetics can enjoy.

Berries

According to the ADA, berries (juice berries, blueberries, and strawberries) are diabetic superfoods because they contain a variety of vitamins and fiber that have a positive effect on the health of diabetics.

Experts consider berries to be an excellent antioxidant, so diabetics may be allowed to consume three-quarters of a cup of berries a day, which contains 62 calories and 16 grams of carbohydrates. Put berries in yogurt and eat it for breakfast, it will be a great dessert.

Cherry

Cherries are a great addition to a diabetic-friendly diet for diabetics. One cup of cherries contains 78 calories and 19 grams of carbohydrates. Rich in antioxidants, cherries can help fight heart disease, cancer and other ailments.

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Cherries can be bought fresh, in cans, frozen and dried, but many canned and dried fruits contain extra sugar, which can raise your blood sugar level, so be sure to read the labels before using them.

Peach

Summer fragrant and juicy peaches can also be included in the diabetic diet. The Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Potassium and Fiber in it along with its usefulness also make you familiar with the taste of this fruit. Its use keeps the sugar level low and it also helps in melting the excess body fat.

Using it with iced tea in summer can double the taste. To make this smoothie you will need low fat buttermilk with peach slices, ice cubes and a little ginger or cinnamon.

Apricot

In hot weather you get apricots, which have 17 calories and 4 grams of carbohydrates in one grain. A fresh apricot provides 50% of the vitamin A your body needs in a day, while it is also an excellent source of fiber. It can also be eaten as a salad and mixed with a cold or hot porridge.

Apple

Eating an apple rich in vitamin C daily can really keep the doctor away from you, so be sure to eat it in your bag or car and peel it whenever you want. An apple has 77 calories and 21 grams of carbohydrates. It contains vitamin C as well as fiber. Do not peel an apple because it is rich in antioxidants. Wash apples thoroughly before eating.

Pear

Pears are an excellent source of fiber and vitamin K, so be sure to include them in your diet. In addition, after getting off the tree, its texture and taste improve. A pear contains only one gram of sugar, it also helps in weight loss. Keep it at room temperature until well cooked, eat like this and add flavor to salads.

Kiwi

If you haven’t eaten kiwi yet, you haven’t eaten anything. This delicious fruit is rich in potassium, fiber and vitamin C. A large kiwi fruit contains 56 calories and 13 grams of carbohydrates, which will be a great addition to your diet. Kiwi is available all year round and can stay in your refrigerator in good condition for up to three weeks.

Orange

Orange season is no more, but whenever the season comes, eat a canoe and get a day’s supply of vitamin C. A canoe contains only 15 grams of carbohydrates and 62 calories. It also contains folate and potassium which helps in normalizing blood pressure. If you enjoy the fruit juice of the orange family.  Don’t forget grapefruit, which is probably for diabetics.

Note: This article is intended to enhance readers’ knowledge. Diabetics must also consult their physician before using these fruits.