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diabetics have to really avoid fruit?

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  • Posted By: mehdiken
  • July 15, 2013
  • 06:12 PM

There would be no advantage to restrict the benefits in diabetes.

Eat fruits normally goes hand in hand with a healthy diet. But for people with diabetes, it is another story. The position of the medical profession is ambiguous, with advice, contradictory or often marked by caution. For example, in France, Medicare equates "simple sugars" fruit, an antiquated concept which leads to dubious advice. In practice, many doctors also encourage their patients with diabetes, especially if they are overweight, to reduce their consumption of fruit.
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  • There is no harm as such but it all depend on what level of diabetes you are suffering from. Mostly people suffering from Diabetes have to cut down sugar, rice and all sweets.
    shreya 15 Replies
    • August 12, 2013
    • 09:30 AM
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