Good and Bad Fruits

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Good and Bad Fruits

Post by bornsexy2100 » Mon Aug 27, 2007 11:41 pm

I am new to all of this and having a very difficult time learning exactly what to eat and what not too. Is there someone out there who can fill me in on good and bad foods. I have for years been in pre-diabetes status but now it appears that my sugar is up all of the time. When I call myself eating right my sugar really wants to go crazy. I am totally lost, please help!!! :shock:

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Post by octaviojoe » Thu Oct 07, 2010 10:04 am

Eat fruit in that they fit into your calorie guidelines you have for yourself. They are rich in fiber and most have a low GI, because the fiber content. The only time I think he is authorized to cut the fruit completely, is that if you cut for a show, simply because most of the carbohydrates are then coming from vegetables.

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Post by the info guys » Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:37 pm

bornsexy2100 wrote:I am new to all of this and having a very difficult time learning exactly what to eat and what not too. Is there someone out there who can fill me in on good and bad foods. I have for years been in pre-diabetes status but now it appears that my sugar is up all of the time. When I call myself eating right my sugar really wants to go crazy. I am totally lost, please help!!! :shock:
Hey man, it is confusing at first, but hang in there. I lost someone close to me years ago due to lack of understanding and knowledge about diabetes. Here is some REALLY GOOD NEWS. What you eat and what you do are the keys to controlling diabetes. Please take the time to do some research. My partner was diagnosed with type 2 about 4 years ago. 7 months ago he was 20 pounds overweight, wasn't eating correctly, and his blood sugars were consistantly high. Today, he is 20 pounds lighter, eats the way we all should, is off of most of his meds, and is likely to be completely off of them soon, as his blood sugars are terrific! Please learn about low GI carbs, the right foods to eat, and exercise. Good luck, and good health! Hope this helps.

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Post by herbaltea » Mon Jul 11, 2011 7:19 am

By eating fruits for eye health you're receiving good or excellent nutrition for your whole body, especially eyes. Eating fresh fruits help to improve health and increase longevity since fruits and vegetables are loaded with vitamins, fibre, minerals and vitamins.
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Good and Bad Fruits

Post by pattison » Thu Feb 23, 2012 5:52 am

This was useful information for me guys.....

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Post by melissafergie9 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 8:14 pm

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Post by danielagency » Tue Apr 24, 2012 4:27 am

hi,
Eating fruits are very much Energetic. They provide vital vitamins to our body. One should not overly eat the fruits it should be handled with at most restriction.

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fruits and vegetables

Post by yongping » Thu May 31, 2012 8:23 am

fruits and vegetables are good to eat.So you can eat more fruits and vegetables ,less meat.;)

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Post by kyle » Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:47 am

the info guys wrote:Hey man, it is confusing at first, but hang in there. I lost someone close to me years ago due to lack of understanding and knowledge about diabetes. Here is some REALLY GOOD NEWS. What you eat and what you do are the keys to controlling diabetes. Please take the time to do some research. My partner was diagnosed with type 2 about 4 years ago. 7 months ago he was 20 pounds overweight, wasn't eating correctly, and his blood sugars were consistantly high. Today, he is 20 pounds lighter, eats the way we all should, is off of most of his meds, and is likely to be completely off of them soon, as his blood sugars are terrific! Please learn about low GI carbs, the right foods to eat, and exercise. Good luck, and good health! Hope this helps.
A big thumbs up to your reply man really loved to read your post. And thanks for the great tips as well.

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Post by Brayden » Wed Aug 07, 2013 12:15 pm

Very informative thing basically mate we take all fruits in the same sense this is how i feel.Taking stuff which is healthy should be taken rather than something which we just call fruit but in fact that isn't a good thing for us.

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