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The diabetes, or have the glucose levels above recommended, is a condition that should not be underestimated, but on the contrary, must be diagnosed and treated. Symptoms such as fatigue, major sensation of thirst and hunger or fruity breath may alert us of possible diabetes. A blood test will get us out of doubt.

fruit for diabetics

The diabetes is a disorder very related to the feeding – between other healthy habits – both for its prevention and for its treatment. Following a balanced diet is the best way to control the disease, a diet in which fruit must also be present. But although the fruits are an extraordinary source of essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals, fiber…), there are some that should be monitored by its sugar content. This is not to prohibit but to control the amounts and limit your intake if you have diabetes. What are these fruits?

Inadvisable fruits for diabetics
Mango, raisins, custard apples, grapes, papaya and banana are the fruits included in this list. Its healthy properties are indisputable, but are not considered the best ally in case of diabetes for being very rich in sugar.




The reason lies in the glycemic index and in the metabolism of carbohydrates. In case of diabetes, the lower the glycemic index of food, more suitable it will be to include in the diet. Banana, for example, has a high glycemic index (greater than 50). But this does not mean that we have to give up the fruit, because we can choose other varieties, such as oranges, also rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. And if one day we want to give ourselves a caprice, it is a question of taking only a small portion.

Take care of the food is fundamental to ensure our welfare, especially when we have to learn to live with a condition like diabetes. Remember that in addition to following a healthy and balanced diet, it is important to adopt other habits, such as exercising regularly. Something as simple as walking after meals will help control glucose levels.