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Diabetes can eat fruit?

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Updated: Tuesday, Mar 18,2014, 9:03:20 PM
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Diabetes can eat fruit?

Fruits containing mainly fructose , its sweetness is obvious, but glycemic index (meaning after every kind of food you eat, and a speed and ability to elevated blood sugar ) is not high , and the fruit is rich in vitamins, mineral and dietary fibers. Diabetes blood sugar to normal levels and stable over time is edible , but patients with diabetes eat fruit must be quantitative concept should be based on fruit sugar content, starch content and a variety of different fruits glycemic index may be. General day to eat 3-4 two , the choice, to choose not high glycemic index fruit .

Recommended use : per 100 grams of fruit sugar less than 10 grams of fruit, including cucumbers, watermelons , oranges, grapefruit , lemons, peaches , plums , apricots, loquat, pineapple , strawberry , cherry and so on. Such fruit per 100 grams can provide 20-40 kcal energy.

Carefully chosen : for every 100 grams of fruit sugar content of 11-20 grams of fruit , including bananas , pomegranates , melons , oranges, apples , pears, lychee , mango and so on. Such fruit per 100 grams can provide 50-90 kcal .

Should not use : per 100 grams of fruit sugar content higher than 20 g of fruits, including jujube , red fruit , especially dried dates , dates, dried persimmons , raisins, dried apricots, dried fruits and candied fruits such as longan consumption should be prohibited . Particularly high sugar content of fresh fruit , such as Fuji apples, persimmons, Pear , Peach , Melon , Muscat grapes, jujube, peach , also unfit for human consumption . Such fruit per 100 g of more than 100 kcal energy supplied .

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