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Diabetic. What are the lists of fruits to be given to person with diabetes? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 04-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:my dad is Diabetic and i want to know what all are the fruits i can give me to eat
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User:hello,, are u there
Doctor:Sorry, seems like some technical disturbance.
Doctor:Let me explain to you now.
Doctor:Diabetes is a condition where dietary modification need to be considered as a whole and not just restricted to fruits.
Doctor:However as your query is limited to fruits alone,I shall restrict my suggestions to fruits alone.
Doctor:Any fruit which is XXXXXXX in pulp and low in carbs can be taken, while those that are high in carbs needs to be avoided.
User:can u please name the fruits
Doctor:Some common fruits that are XXXXXXX in fibres and low carbs are as follows:
Doctor: XXXXXXX XXXXXXX sauce, apricots, banana (the small one),
Doctor:black berry, blue berry, cherries.
Doctor:Dates and dried fruit and figs are good.
Doctor:Grapes are also good.
User: XXXXXXX sauce ??
Doctor:Kiwi, oranges, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums, strawberries, mango, etc can be taken too.
User:thanks for the assistance
Doctor: XXXXXXX sauce is a recipe prepared with fruits and honey.
Doctor:A mixture of fruits is always better than single fruits.
Doctor:And fresh fruits are better than fruit juices.
Doctor:If your father wishes to drink juice, then you may prepare juice from one of the aforementioned fruits without sugar.
Doctor:Hope this answers your query.
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