eating more and more fruits which gives more fructose does it harmful to diabetic people

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Kantharaju Posted by Kantharaju (Questions: 1, Answers: 0)
Asked on January 4, 2018 3:08 pm
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There is a new question from a person who has type 2 diabetes and whose fasting and post prandial blood glucose are fairly within limits. He/she wants to know what fruits can be taken. One fruit a day is usually recommended for a fairly controlled diabetic. A small banana, one medium sized apple, one orange or musambi, one semi ripe guava, a katori of melon or papaya are fine. Fruits like sitaphal and pineapple should be restricted to once or twice a week.
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Answered on January 10, 2018 9:50 pm
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the quantity and number and type of fruits to be eaten depend upon the individual patient. Generally one fruit per day of any one type is allowed to a well controlled diabetic. If diabetes is totally out of control, the patient is asked to stop fruits for a few days. Certain fruits like mango, pineapple and jackfruit being high calori fruits may cause swing in blood glucose. There is no standard as far as fruit intake is concerned. Certain complications like kidney disease in diabetics need special care regarding certain fruits. There fore please donot think that any amount of any fruit can be eaten by a diabetic. Please follow your doctor-dietician for specific advice.
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AnswersAnonymousUser Posted by Dr. Sudha Tinaikar. tinaikars@hotmail.com (Questions: 1, Answers: 1)
Answered on January 8, 2018 1:23 pm
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