Did what about fruit for diabetics? Most guidelines recommend eating a diet with a high intake of fiber rich food, including fruit because they're so healthy antioxidants, anti-inflammatories improve, arterial function and reduce cancer risk. However, some health professionals have concerns about the sugar content of fruit and therefore recommend restricting, the Fruit intake. Okay, let's put it to the test. Diabetics are randomized into two groups. One told to eat, at least two pieces of fruit a day. And the other told Ed most to fruits a day, the reduced fruit group, reduced their fruit, but had no effect on the control. Their diabetes are weighed and some the intake of fruits should not be restricted in patients with type 2 diabetes. And emerging literature has shown that low dose. Fructose may actually benefit blood sugar control. So having a piece of fruit with each meal would be expected to lower, not raise the blood sugar response. The threshold for toxicity of fructose may be around 50 grams. The problem is that the current average adult fructose consumption. Thanks to Industrial sugars, like table, sugar and high fructose, corn syrup. So the levels of half of all, adults, are likely above the threshold for fructose toxicity. And Adolescence currently are Courage 75.
Low-Dose Fructose With Each Meal May Benefit Blood Sugar Control