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Healthy Fruits For Diabetics

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Healthy Fruits For Diabetics

         Healthy Fruits For Diabetics

Strawberries - Strawberries are low in glycemic index. It keeps you fuller for longer, satisfies your sweet taste buds and also stabilizes blood sugar levels. . The antioxidants in berries are also good for your eye sight as they prevent eye damage and offer protection against retinal degeneration (particularly diabetic retinopathy and diabetic cataracts). Strawberries contain only 7.68g of carbohydrates, 2g of fiber, 58.8mg of Vitamin C, and 153mg of potassium.

Grapes - Diabetics Associations recommends consuming green grapes for diabetics. Green grapes have higher levels of fiber than red or black grapes. They are also rich in vitamin C and K, potassium, and polyphenols. They also contain antioxidants that are excellent for diabetics. There is no relationship between grapes and blood sugar. However, since they do not cause a spike in your blood glucose levels, they are not really harmful for you even if you have diabetes. The ideal way to consume grapes is to mix together green, black and red grapes and have a portion of this with each meal.

Grapefruit - Even this citrus fruit is rich in Vitamin C which is good for controlling blood sugar and cholesterol levels. By helping diabetics losing weight, controlling blood glucose, and lessening risk of heart disease and stroke, grapefruit benefits are plenty. Grapefruit is also low-GI and rich in soluble fibre which helps improve blood circulation, lowers blood cholesterol levels and is thought to reduce the risk of some cancers. A Grapefruits have 8g of carbohydrates, contain 34.4 mg of Vitamin C, and 1.1g of fiber.

Apples  - Apples are low in glycemic index and most importantly, have loads of antioxidants. So, include this fruit in your diabetes diet. Apples are especially rich in quercetin (a strong antioxidant found in high concentrations in apple skins) which is associated with a decreased risk of type 2 diabetes, may help prevent heart attacks, reduce the risk of cancer and ward off eye disease. An apple contains 14g of carbohydrates and 2.4g of fiber.

Peaches - This summer fruit is healthy and good for diabetics too. Include it in your diet as it is low in glycemic index and has vitamins and antioxidants that boosts immune system. Peaches are best enjoyed fresh – avoid the canned peaches. Peaches have only 9.5g of carbohydrates, but they’ll give you 1.5g of fiber and 190mg of potassium.

Oranges- Oranges are also low-GI and low-GL per serving, thanks to their high content of soluble fibre, which helps to keep blood sugar levels under control and lowers blood cholesterol levels.Oranges contain 11.75g of carbohydrates, 53.2mg of Vitamin C, and 2.4g of fiber

Blueberries - They are low carb fruits and are considered as diabetes superfood. Include this berry in your diet. Blueberries process glucose for energy, increases its sensitivity to insulin and manages blood sugar levels. blueberries contain 2.4g of fiber, only 14.5g of carbohydrates, and are rich in antioxidants, which are good for your heart.

Pears - Pears offer a person with diabetes a very healthy snack. They are low in carbohydrates and calories. One medium-size pear contains just 100 calories and only 26 grams of carbohydrates. The key to picking a good snack for diabetics is both calorie and carb control, and pears offer both.

Guavas - A fresh guava contains calcium, potassium, iron, fiber, flavanoids, folic acid, nicotinic acid, vitamins A, B, and C, So they provide numerous health benefits to the human body.It is low in GI, rich in soluble fiber and Vitamin C. This makes it a delicious fruit which boosts up the immune system.

Cherries – The small and juicy summer fruit are a treat for sweet tooth cravings. It is not only good for diabetics for its low glycemic index, but also good for the heart and skin. Cherries also contain powerful antioxidants called anthocyanins that provide the distinctive red colour and have strong anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties. A dozen cherries equals one fruit portion.

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Author: Dr.Nayana P Hegde

I am an Ayurveda and Yoga Consultant,very passionate about my work and very happy to spread awareness about the science of Ayurveda to people around the world.I strongly believe that Ayurveda is the way forward for a healthy living.I like to empower people and create awareness about the importance of health and to understand and manage the condition to lead a healthy life.I have gained experience in this field working with doctors,wonderful and knowledgeable people a various centres. Qualification: BAMS(Integrated) PGDCSIM Post graduate diploma in social initiative and Management DCG: Diploma in counseling and Guidance Yoga Teachers Training and certification Program

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