Are peaches and apples good? No more pineapple and banana? Stay tuned to learn everything about the good and bad fruits for diabetes.
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Intro – 0:00
Blueberries – 00:45
Peach – 01:28
Apricot – 01:57
Apple – 02:35
Orange – 03:05
Kiwi – 03:41
Pear – 04:09
Cherry – 04:45
Strawberry – 05:32
Pineapple – 06:03
Mango – 06:35
Watermelon – 07:03
Banana – 07:33
Grapes – 07:57
Raisins – 08:22
Lychees – 08:48
Dates – 09:14
Let’s start off with the best fruits!
Blueberries are superfoods for diabetics. These tiny tangy fruits are packed with vitamins, essential minerals and tons of antioxidants. Not only does it promote overall health, it also gets rid of free radicals.
Peaches define the summer season. They are a super healthy addition to your daily diet, low in calories, are a wonderful source of fiber, potassium and vitamins A and C.
Apricots’ sweet flavor, and impressive nutrient content, makes them a worthwhile addition to your diet.
Now – let’s see fruits that all diabetics should avoid:
Pineapples are considered one of the healthiest fruits on the planet. Packed with Vitamin C, manganese and antioxidants, they are a great way of staying healthy. Sadly, they are not pleasant news for diabetics.
Often referred to as the ‘king of fruits’ this tropical delight is a no-go for diabetics. Mangoes are loaded with a variety of essential vitamins and minerals, making them a nutritious addition to almost any diet.
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