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The sugar in fruit is not bad when it comes to diabetes, according to Mayo Clinic. Fruit is considered a carbohydrate in a diabetic's meal plan, and the number of carbohydrates a diabetic eats is determined by his glycem... More »

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Fruit contains fiber and a lot of vitamins important to overall health, but a person with diabetes needs to eat fruits in moderate quantities, according to the American Diabetes Association. The health benefits are impor... More »

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Fresh fruit is good for diabetes, as it contains minerals, fibers and vitamins, according to the American Diabetes Association. Fruit also contains carbohydrates and should be included as part of a daily meal plan. More »

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Fresh fruit is good for diabetes, as it contains minerals, fibers and vitamins, according to the American Diabetes Association. Fruit also contains carbohydrates and should be included as part of a daily meal plan. More »

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Juicing ensures that diabetics drink 100 percent pure fruit and vegetable juices without added sugar, which are the only safe juice drinks for those with diabetes, reports the American Diabetes Association. Pure juice dr... More »

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While coconut water has less sugar than such sports drinks as Gatorade and a lot less sugar than sodas and many fruit juices, it has 60 calories per 11 ounces, so diabetics should drink it sparingly. It is an excellent s... More »

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Consumption of high-fructose corn syrup raises several health concerns, including a rise in obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance. High-fructose corn syrup may also decrease the effectiveness of the immune system, cau... More »

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