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  • verdungal March 12, 2011
    verdungal
    March 12, 2011

    Most of the calories in fruit come from carbohydrates which is something diabetics have to watch very closely or their blood sugar may spike.

     

    Although dried fruit has a lot of fibre and are high in nutrients, it  should avoided  because the sugar in them is already concentrated; that will not be good for your blood sugar levels.

     

    Most diabetics can eat a little fruit but they should be prudent .

    Fruit such as strawberries, blueberries and raspberries which have a low glycemic index would be advisable.

     

     

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