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Diabetes can eat fruit

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Updated: Friday, Jun 13,2014, 10:13:03 AM
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Diabetes can eat fruit?

The fruit mainly contains fructose, the sweetness is obvious, but the glycemic index (that is, every kind of food to eat in hyperglycemic a speed and ability) is not high, and the fruit is rich in vitamins, inorganic salt and dietary fiber. Blood glucose of diabetic patients to normal levels and stable for a period of time is edible, concept but diabetic patient eat fruit must be quantitative, should be based on sugar content, starch content in fruits and various fruits glycemic index may be. General a day edible 3-4 two, when the choice, must choose the glycemic index is not high fruit.

Recommended use: less than 10 grams of fruit sugar content per 100 grams of fruit, including cucumber, watermelon, oranges, grapefruit, lemon, peach, plum, apricot, loquat, strawberry, cherry, pineapple. This kind of fruit per 100 grams can provide 20-40 kcal of energy.

Careful selection: fruit sugar for 11-20 grams per 100 grams of fruit, including bananas, pomegranate, muskmelon, orange, apple, pear, litchi, mango etc.. This kind of fruit per 100 grams can provide 50-90 kcal of energy.

Should not use: more than 20 grams of fruit sugar content per 100 grams of fruit, including red dates, red jujube, jujube, especially, dried persimmons, raisins, dried apricots, dried longan, dried and preserved fruit consumption should be prohibited. Particularly high sugar content of the fresh fruit, such as apples, red Fuji persimmon, pear, peach, Laiyang Feicheng Hami melon, grape, jujube, peach, also should not be eating. This kind of fruit per 100 grams of energy more than 100000 card.

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