Friday, December 25, 2009

Avoid Fruit With Diabetes?

My sister says you should eat very little fruit if you have diabetes, and that eating too much will raise your blood-sugar level. I say fruit is a natural source of sugar and yet you don't want to overdo it. What do you think about eating fruit if you have diabetes?
Fruits provide us with health-enhancing vitamins and phytochemicals as well as fiber, all important components of our diets, and there is no reason why people with diabetes should forego these benefits. However, you may have to be careful about the fruits you choose, how often you eat them and when you eat them. If you take a look at the glycemic index (GI), a measure of how fast carbohydrate foods (which include fruits) are converted in the body to blood glucose, you'll see that there are big differences Read more...

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