The time of mango-jam-jacket has come. Hundreds of fruits are filling all around. But how diabetics should eat seasonal fruits? Learn More
How diabetics should eat seasonal fruits?
The time of mango-jam-jacket has come. Hundreds of fruits are filling all around. But how do diabetics eat seasonal fruits?
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The time of mango-jam-jacket has come. Hundreds of fruits are filling all around. But if you have diabetes, can you eat these fruits? Diabetic patients think that they can never eat interesting things, they have to spend their days eating only vegetables and bread - the idea is not right. He can eat everything except straight sugar, sweet, and molasses food, but in moderation.
Let's find out how diabetics can eat delicious summer fruits:
Jackfruit is very nutritious. None of this is feline. It is rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. 100 grams of jackfruit contains 300 mg of potassium. So it is beneficial for high blood pressure patients. Diabetic patients can eat 50 grams of jackfruit in a day, which means three whole jackfruits.
It also contains a lot of fiber, which relieves constipation. Mango vitamins are very beneficial for the skin. However, it is also rich in sugars, so diabetic patients should eat it carefully. They can eat 30-50 grams of medium-sized mangoes every day. As 100 grams of mangoes contain 3 grams of fiber, they eliminate constipation and reduce cholesterol.
Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain which aids in digestion. Its protein helps in revitalizing the skin by removing dead cells. A diabetic patient can eat 60 grams of pineapple a day, i.e. one-fourth of pineapple.
Watermelon is 92% water. So this fruit brings peace in summer. 100 grams of watermelon contains 3-5 grams of sugar and only 15 kilocalories. Those who want to lose weight can eat watermelon as much as they want. But since the glycemic index is high, diabetics should eat it. They can eat 150 grams per day.
Jam is rich in vitamins, minerals, zinc, copper, antioxidants, and fiber. Due to the presence of flavonoids, it is beneficial for diabetic patients. Jam is very low in calories, but high in fiber. Eliminates constipation, improves digestion, and clears urine.
Diabetics can eat almost all of the juicy fruits of Jaishtha month, but they should eat in moderation. So don't feel bad about not eating fruit—just healthily enjoy a little each day.
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