September 19, 2019

Si tengo Diabetes que fruta puedo comer y cuál no


Hello welcome to your channel jhonlando today I would like to share with you about which fruits diabetics can eat and which can not When I share the green juices that I prepare many people mention that if they can take it for certain fruits it contains and in this video we will talk about that topic In my channel I prepare medicinal green juices if you still don’t see them, at the end of this video I leave you the screens to see them. When your doctor diagnoses you with diabetes, one of the things they mention is that fruits and diabetes are not recommended, especially if you have type 2 diabetes. But not all fruits are incompatible with diabetes, the fruit contains sugar, but it is not an addition, it is natural n our daily lives, people need three macronutrients found in food: proteins, fats and carbohydrates And the latter, carbohydrates, are those found in fruits mainly those that are rich in fibers or that can be consumed with peel such as apple, pear, mandarin and orange with bagasse, since the fiber helps to slow down he speed with which the sugar is absorbed into the intestine, keeping the sugar under control The fruits we should avoid are:
Raisins Dried fruits or dried raisins are an excellent option to replace cookies, but they are still able to raise blood sugar. In the dehydration process, he fruit’s natural sugar is more concentrated, which causes a really high blood sugar peak once absorbed into the body. The banana contains a large amount of carbohydrates, which are transformed into sugar in the body, so it is recommended that its consumption is controlled or eliminated The grapes When it dries, its composition changes, it loses water up to 25%, increasing the sugar content The fruits that are recommended for diabetics are: Cherries. They contain anthocyanins known for their blood sugar-lowering effect by increasing insulin production by 50%. They help to combat other diseases such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes Cherries have a glycemic index of 22, one of the lowest scores of any fruit. A half-cup of fresh, dried, frozen, or canned cherries is a good portion Guava. Rich in vitamin C and potassium, it also has a high concentration of lycopene and a high amount of dietary fiber All these nutrients are useful to maintain the level of sugar in the blood You can eat a whole fruit cut into slices without the peel, or drink a small glass of guava juice People prone to developing diabetes can prevent it by drinking guava leaf tea once a day Kiwi. A good relationship has been found between kiwi consumption and decreased sugar levels. It contains vitamin C, E and A, flavonoids, potassium and high amounts of beta-carotene that protect against free radicals and improve overall health In addition, kiwi is high in fiber and low in carbohydrates, which help control blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol. The glycemic index ranges from 47 to 58. Eating one kiwi a day will help you control your blood glucose levels Apples. They are rich in soluble fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants. They also contain pectin which helps detoxify the body and eliminate harmful waste products, Reduces the insulin needs of diabetics by up to 35%. Glycemic index: 30 to 50 Apples also help prevent heart attacks, reduce cancer risk, and prevent eye disease among people with diabetes One small or medium apple a day is recommended. oranges. One of the healthiest fruits that can be included in a regular diet for diabetes. They contain high amounts of fiber, vitamin C and other minerals such as thiamine that help control blood sugar levels, It is a food with a low glycemic index (between 31 and 51) Pears. They are rich in fiber and vitamins A, B1, B2, C and E that help reduce cholesterol, strengthen the immune system and improve digestive health in addition to regulating blood sugar levels they are low in calories and carbohydrates, and have a glycemic index of 38 Pears are particularly beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes because they help improve insulin sensitivity A small or medium pear for dessert or as a sweet snack is a good portion when preparing green juices, most of the fiber is lost And, as a result, it is easier to consume larger amounts of fruit without realizing it, adding more calories and carbohydrates to the body This does not mean that we cannot consume some juice or liquefied, but we must control In case of diabetes the portion of fruit the green juices should be small and in the juice include fiber, this for example in the blender add celery or spinach, or chard and include it in the green juice I hope the information will help you if you share it with your friends on your social networks nd rate this video with a like, this helps us content creators a lot If you have any comments I will gladly answer you if you still don’t subscribe to the channel, we talk about this type of topics visit the channel by clicking on my name to see what videos I have I also want to invite you to follow me on Facebook I have a page on green juices and natural remedies, on that page you can find more videos on these topics in the description I leave the link for you to visit, this is their channel jhonlando and we are in contact

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