Can Diabetes Eat Red Grapes

Is it true that grapes raise blood sugar levels? Although grapes contain natural sugar, they have a low glycemic index (GI). This means that a single dish is unlikely to dramatically elevate your blood sugar.

How many grapes can a diabetic have per day? For diabetics, here are some fruit recommendations. There are 32 grapes in total. 1 orange, big 8 strawberries, big 1 cup fruit juice that is 100 percent pure.

I was just diagnosed with high blood sugar for the first time in my life. I’m 48 years old. Diabetes runs in my family. I had no idea I’d acquire it, but my doctor stated it was at an all-time high of 275+ and that I needed medication. I turned down the doctor’s offer and asked for a month to get it under control and rechecked. I got the pills here and began using them in conjunction with my diet. My doctor gave me the tester so I could monitor my blood level at home. After a week of taking it once in the morning before breakfast and once in the afternoon before lunch. I’d check it in the evening. Surprisingly, it was at 102,105, and once at 98. And depending on what and how much I eat, it would rise to 120-128 after supper. A month later, I returned for my checkup, and everything was OK. Doctors say that if I stick to my healthy diet and exercise routine, I’ll be OK. It actually works!! I’ll be getting another bottle shortly.

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