Can diabetics eat fruit? This is what experts say

Bananas are one of the common foods that diabetics avoid. This is due to the fear that if the fruit is eaten, the sugar level will rise quickly.

But dietitians say that fruit is not something to be afraid of and that it does not affect diabetes if you look at the time and place.

If the fruit is not eaten, the nutrients like potassium contained in it are lost. Potassium helps in controlling blood pressure and maintaining heart health. 

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The use of fruits helps in reducing the risk of stroke, keeping the bones healthy and preventing kidney stones.

Fruits are a rich source of prebiotics and also contain Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Magnesium. Health experts also point out that the natural sugar contained in the fruit is quite different from that of regular sugar.

But dietitian Vibha Bajpayee at Noida Asian Hospital says diabetics need to be careful when eating fruit. 

Vibha recommends eating ripe fruit as a snack as it has a high glycemic index. Those who eat breakfast at 8:30 can have a fruit at 11 p.m.

At the same time, diabetics should not eat salty foods like pudding or ripe fruit for breakfast. 

Vibha also pointed out that eating 100 grams of fruit as a snack does not make a significant difference in the level of sugar.

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