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There are no fruits that diabetics must avoid, says Mayo Clinic. The sugar content of fruit does not mean that diabetics cannot eat fruit. What matters most for diabetics is not the sugar content of the food, but rather ... More »

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Fresh, steamed or frozen vegetables and fruits can be enjoyed by diabetics, but canned foods stored in syrup or sodium or prepared with butter, cheese or sauce should be avoided, according to WebMD. Starchy vegetables su... More »

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People with diabetes should avoid canned fruit with heavy sugar syrup, sweetened applesauce, chewy fruit rolls and regular jams, jellies and preserves unless using only a small portion, according to WebMD. Fresh fruits, ... More »

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If diabetics eat a food that they are supposed to avoid, they usually do not need to do anything as long as the food was eaten in moderation, but if too much was eaten then the diabetic should check their blood sugar lev... More »

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Beans, yams, leafy dark greens, citrus fruits, berries and fish with a lot of omega-3 fatty acids are just some of many foods that are beneficial for diabetics. Each of those foods helps diabetics with managing blood sug... More »

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Foods Type 1 diabetics can eat include nutritious foods with high vitamin and mineral content, particularly fresh and frozen fruits, and vegetables low in carbohydrates, such as carrots, beets, asparagus and green, leafy... More »

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A good diet plan for diabetics is one that includes vegetables, whole grains, fruits, fish, poultry, nonfat dairy products and beans, notes the American Diabetes Association. A good diabetic meal plan is one designed to ... More »

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