Top 10 Diabetes Superfoods, Part 1 - The Proactive Health Management Plan
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Top 10 Diabetes Superfoods, Part 1

Not all healthy foods are created equal.

Greens may be good for you, but the nutrients in iceberg lettuce may not be as plentiful as those in kale, spinach, and Swiss chard.

Besides nutrient content, the glycemic index (GI) of a food may also help you make healthy choices. The GI measures how quickly a food will raise blood sugar. Low GI foods have a score of 55 or less, while high GI foods have a score of 70 or more.

In general, lower GI foods are a better choice for people with diabetes. Foods that are both nutritious and have a low GI are helpful in managing health and blood glucose levels.

Here is Part 1 of 2 in a short series about superfoods that are especially good for those with diabetes.


1 Non-Starchy Vegetables

Non-starchy vegetables have fewer carbs per serving. They include everything from artichokes and asparagus to broccoli and beets. This category of veggies goes a long way in satisfying your hunger and boosting your intake of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytochemicals.

These vegetables are also low in calories and carbohydrates, making them some of the few foods that people with diabetes can enjoy almost with abandon. In fact, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) identifies most non-starchy vegetables as low GI foods with a ranking of 55 or less.

In a small study from 2011, researchers even suggested that people given a low-calorie diet consisting of non-starchy vegetables might successfully reverse type 2 diabetes.


2 Unsweetened Greek Yogurt

Studies have shown a 14 percent lower risk of type 2 diabetes with daily yogurt consumption.

With a low GI score, unsweetened Greek yogurt is full of healthy probiotics, calcium, and protein. It’s also a better option that regular yogurt due to its higher protein and lower carbohydrate content.

Always check nutrition labels, as some brands have a higher carbohydrate content than others, due to additions such as syrup flavorings, sweeteners, toppers, or fruit preserves.

Protip: Add toppings to enhance the flavor! Top unsweetened Greek yogurt with nuts and low GI fruits such as blackberries, blueberries, or raspberries.


3 Tomatoes

Whether eaten raw or cooked, tomatoes are full of lycopene. This a powerful substance that may reduce the risk of cancer (especially prostate cancer), heart disease, and macular degeneration.

Like other non-starchy fruits, tomatoes have a low GI ranking.

One study in 2011 found that 200 grams of raw tomato (or about 1.5 medium tomatoes) each day reduced blood pressure in people with type 2 diabetes. Researchers concluded tomato consumption might help reduce cardiovascular risk that’s associated with type 2 diabetes.


4 Blueberries (and other berries!)

From vision-protecting vitamin C to filling fiber, blueberries are antioxidant powerhouses. Blueberries have some of the highest antioxidant levels of any fruit or vegetable and may reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. They also have anti-inflammatory properties.

Strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries are also excellent choices for people with diabetes.


5 Oranges and other Citrus Fruits

The pulpiness of oranges and grapefruit provide a great source of fiber. To maximize this, make sure to eat the whole fruit rather than drink just the juice.

A 2008 study found that eating citrus fruits could lower the risk of diabetes in women, but drinking the fruit juice could increase that risk.

Protip: If you don’t mind sour, grapefruit has one of the lowest GI scores of all fruits, clocking a GI score of 25.

That’s it for Part 1 of our Top 10 Diabetes Superfoods — stay tuned for more next week!

223 Comments
  • Tiffany Cell
    Posted at 14:32h, 28 May Reply

    Good info to know!

    • Mary Muniu
      Posted at 23:54h, 04 June Reply

      Hi
      Thank you for the information. Very informative
      Thanks,
      Mary

  • Beth Smith
    Posted at 14:34h, 28 May Reply

    Got to love fruit and veggies
    Super foods

  • Karla Landoll
    Posted at 14:34h, 28 May Reply

    Great information

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      Posted at 17:06h, 28 May Reply

      Good info

  • Brandi Moran
    Posted at 14:34h, 28 May Reply

    Great information

  • Cynthia Alexander
    Posted at 14:36h, 28 May Reply

    Informative

  • Keonda Maness
    Posted at 14:37h, 28 May Reply

    Grapefruit isn’t my favorite but definitely has a lot of great health perks.

  • Michael jones
    Posted at 14:37h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you!

  • Lyndsay Myers
    Posted at 14:37h, 28 May Reply

    This I will share,

    Thanks

  • Tawny Fox
    Posted at 14:37h, 28 May Reply

    Good to know! I have tomatoes, blueberries and asparagus right in my garden.

  • Lolita Whitley
    Posted at 14:38h, 28 May Reply

    This is helpful thank you

    • Ruste Harvell
      Posted at 17:08h, 28 May Reply

      Useful information.

  • Christina Woodfork
    Posted at 14:38h, 28 May Reply

    I passed this info along to my cousin!

    • LaChelle Rininger
      Posted at 16:55h, 28 May Reply

      Good information but nothing in this world will help Greek yogurt

  • Ruth Ellen Allred
    Posted at 14:39h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

  • steve plum
    Posted at 14:40h, 28 May Reply

    good info

  • Marissa Chiasson
    Posted at 14:40h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks!

  • Wendy Blackwell
    Posted at 14:41h, 28 May Reply

    Very good article

  • Felicia Busby
    Posted at 14:42h, 28 May Reply

    Cardiovascular MD’s say that tomatoes aren’t good for you and shouldn’t be consumed. I also saw an article that we shouldn’t be eating spinach

  • Ericka Burbage
    Posted at 14:42h, 28 May Reply

    Very good article.

  • Tommy medlin
    Posted at 14:42h, 28 May Reply

    Good information

  • Jonas Parker
    Posted at 14:45h, 28 May Reply

    It good information to know to eat healthy

  • Kristina richmond
    Posted at 14:45h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Jason gough
    Posted at 14:47h, 28 May Reply

    I’ love fruits and vegetables….eating a lot more of these..fish and poultry

  • Robin Ardrey
    Posted at 14:47h, 28 May Reply

    Very good information, thanks for sharing!

  • justin part
    Posted at 14:50h, 28 May Reply

    NICE INFO

  • Kenneth Wayne hill
    Posted at 14:51h, 28 May Reply

    Love grapefruit

  • Holly Michelle Green
    Posted at 14:53h, 28 May Reply

    very interesting since I have diabetes

  • Jean Farrell
    Posted at 14:53h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you. This is helpful information.

  • Luther guy Morgan Jr
    Posted at 14:53h, 28 May Reply

    Thank for the information it really helps

  • David Murray
    Posted at 14:55h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks for the information.

  • Danny LaFountain
    Posted at 14:55h, 28 May Reply

    Okay

  • Scott Wygant
    Posted at 14:57h, 28 May Reply

    Good article and nice to know.

  • Gary Garcia
    Posted at 14:59h, 28 May Reply

    This is really good information. Thank you!!

  • Julia Haynes
    Posted at 14:59h, 28 May Reply

    Great read did know unsweetened Greek yogurt is good for you.

  • trish bowman
    Posted at 14:59h, 28 May Reply

    Good Info! Thank you

  • Shelby York
    Posted at 14:59h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks for the info

  • Brandy Chandler
    Posted at 15:01h, 28 May Reply

    Good article

  • Kelly Pitts
    Posted at 15:01h, 28 May Reply

    Very helpful.

  • Yvonne Lees
    Posted at 15:03h, 28 May Reply

    Good information.

  • Donnie Thomas
    Posted at 15:04h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Leila Cordingley
    Posted at 15:04h, 28 May Reply

    Very good information. It’s good to know my favorite foods are good for me.

  • Aaryn Crosby
    Posted at 15:08h, 28 May Reply

    Ty

  • Shayla Blakeney
    Posted at 15:08h, 28 May Reply

    I’m sharing this info with my sisters. Thanks

  • Caleb Figura
    Posted at 15:10h, 28 May Reply

    I was really hoping hunny buns where on here…

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    Posted at 15:11h, 28 May Reply

    Were*

  • Freda Hunt
    Posted at 15:15h, 28 May Reply

    Very helpful article

  • Angela watson
    Posted at 15:17h, 28 May Reply

    Theses are awesome tips very helpful I didn’t know tomatoes could help with so much

  • Erin Colley
    Posted at 15:17h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you!!!!

  • Dustin Walker
    Posted at 15:17h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks for the advice

  • Leslie
    Posted at 15:18h, 28 May Reply

    Very Helpful

  • katherine
    Posted at 15:19h, 28 May Reply

    good article

  • Katherine
    Posted at 15:19h, 28 May Reply

    Good info

  • Rickey Harris
    Posted at 15:20h, 28 May Reply

    Very good information that I didn’t know,,know it’s time to eat more fruit. Thanks a lot

  • Angela Wynn
    Posted at 15:22h, 28 May Reply

    Very good information that I can pass on

  • Serena Phillips
    Posted at 15:25h, 28 May Reply

    Good read.

  • Lauren Bako
    Posted at 15:25h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

  • Hunter G
    Posted at 15:26h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks for the info!

  • Nestor Konditamde
    Posted at 15:27h, 28 May Reply

    Vital information, gracias

  • Cynthia Alexander
    Posted at 15:30h, 28 May Reply

    Great information

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    Posted at 15:35h, 28 May Reply

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    Posted at 15:35h, 28 May Reply

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  • Desmond Williams
    Posted at 15:36h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

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    Posted at 15:39h, 28 May Reply

    Wow, great info!

  • Kathryn OHar
    Posted at 15:42h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Brian K Gibbs
    Posted at 15:51h, 28 May Reply

    Very good info to know!

  • Jonathan Upholz
    Posted at 15:54h, 28 May Reply

    Asparagus so quick and easy to cook!

  • Clarence Watkins
    Posted at 15:55h, 28 May Reply

    Good information

  • Marc Bojan
    Posted at 15:57h, 28 May Reply

    awesome

  • Ramiro Samayoa
    Posted at 15:59h, 28 May Reply

    Very helpful information, I will put in practice.

  • Dan Robertson
    Posted at 15:59h, 28 May Reply

    Good to know.

  • Beatrtice Lee
    Posted at 16:11h, 28 May Reply

    Great information.

  • Harold Little
    Posted at 16:14h, 28 May Reply

    As an African-American who has had family members suffer from diabetes, this article is very relevant and pertinent to me and my health. Great information that I need.

  • Zachary Stivers
    Posted at 16:16h, 28 May Reply

    I like my fruits, not a huge fan of most of my veggies.

  • Christine Owsley
    Posted at 16:26h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Rossana Atrian
    Posted at 16:31h, 28 May Reply

    Great information on tomatoes and I had no idea about the Greek yogurt!

  • Gary Burke
    Posted at 16:33h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

  • lORENA REYNOSO/ORTIZ
    Posted at 16:37h, 28 May Reply

    thank you so much for the very helpful information. 🙂

  • L Bennett
    Posted at 16:37h, 28 May Reply

    Good information.

  • Ben H Poitevint
    Posted at 16:47h, 28 May Reply

    Very helpful thank

  • Rossana Atrian
    Posted at 16:49h, 28 May Reply

    Great information on tomatoes, I will let my husband know, he loves tomatoes!

  • TIFFANY
    Posted at 16:49h, 28 May Reply

    Passed along to family

  • Lisa Jackson
    Posted at 16:49h, 28 May Reply

    Cool

    • Ronald E Scholz
      Posted at 00:03h, 29 May Reply

      Excellent information. Will try to put more of these in my diet.

  • Fred Hanks
    Posted at 16:52h, 28 May Reply

    Good read

  • lula green
    Posted at 17:01h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks for the great information I love fruits and vegetables but did not know how certain ones could be better than others. So thanks again for this week informative session

  • Shyquontereus Watson
    Posted at 17:03h, 28 May Reply

    N/A

  • Colin Liss
    Posted at 17:23h, 28 May Reply

    I like the article but baffled, I thought all fruits were veggies until you chew em then they are veggie right???

  • Ashley Smith
    Posted at 17:27h, 28 May Reply

    Love this!

  • Joe Drake
    Posted at 17:28h, 28 May Reply

    thank you

  • Jeff Chadwick
    Posted at 17:40h, 28 May Reply

    Good to know. I like most of these

  • Anthony Staley
    Posted at 17:43h, 28 May Reply

    Good read

  • Brian Bailey
    Posted at 17:54h, 28 May Reply

    Raw Fruits and veggies are my favorite. I love Greek yogurt too.

  • Jettie Adkins
    Posted at 18:00h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Jeri S Phillipps
    Posted at 18:07h, 28 May Reply

    Good information I can also share with my diabetic patients!

  • Shawntrell Miles
    Posted at 18:07h, 28 May Reply

    Nice information

  • Vicki Koch
    Posted at 18:12h, 28 May Reply

    Great info

  • Elizabeth Fogleman
    Posted at 18:14h, 28 May Reply

    Clear and practical info, thank you. None of us wants to become diabetic, so being pro-active in dietary choices is so important.

  • Charles Higgins
    Posted at 18:20h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

  • Rose Davis
    Posted at 18:32h, 28 May Reply

    Theres nothing like good ole cornbread and turnip greens but unfortunately I didn’t see them on your list.

    good info

  • Darryl Young
    Posted at 18:39h, 28 May Reply

    Don’t really like the white grapefruit, but the ruby reds are ok Think I’ll buy some today at walmart.

  • michelle thompson
    Posted at 18:40h, 28 May Reply

    good info

  • Kara Sherman
    Posted at 19:20h, 28 May Reply

    Glad I have some of the better options growing at home. 🙂

  • Melanie Duncan
    Posted at 19:58h, 28 May Reply

    thank you

  • Donna Oldaker
    Posted at 19:59h, 28 May Reply

    Very informative.

  • Laurie Lierman
    Posted at 20:03h, 28 May Reply

    Very informative article

  • Harrison H. Ross
    Posted at 20:10h, 28 May Reply

    Awesome information, Thank You!

  • Mayra Echeverria
    Posted at 20:53h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you saved this for my daughter

  • STACEY HAMNER
    Posted at 21:13h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

  • Janet Watson
    Posted at 21:31h, 28 May Reply

    Good information and I need to know more about it

  • Steven Mendoza
    Posted at 21:39h, 28 May Reply

    I can’t eat about 4/5 of those! Thanks for the article!

  • Helen Dalrymple
    Posted at 21:51h, 28 May Reply

    Great information

  • Irene Durr
    Posted at 21:55h, 28 May Reply

    I need to eat more tomatoes

  • Linda
    Posted at 21:59h, 28 May Reply

    I love all these fruits and vegetables

  • Michelle Grant
    Posted at 22:00h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you! Some of my favorite foods!

  • Derick Mitchell
    Posted at 22:03h, 28 May Reply

    Very good information

  • Laurie Christensen
    Posted at 22:17h, 28 May Reply

    Good information!

  • Peggy Herrlein
    Posted at 22:21h, 28 May Reply

    Super timing. I been flirting w DM II for awhile now. Look forward to part 2.

  • Peggy Herrlein
    Posted at 22:29h, 28 May Reply

    Great tasting smoothie: in blender. Greek yogurt, about 1/4 cup; banana,; fresh strawberries (3-4) ; hand full blueberries, raspberries, blackberries,; splash almond milk , OJ,; dollop honey. Healthy & goodt.

  • Amy Turner
    Posted at 22:39h, 28 May Reply

    Great information thanks

  • Felicia baxter
    Posted at 23:15h, 28 May Reply

    Thanks

  • Maria
    Posted at 23:22h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you so much for the help and important information

  • Donna Taliaferro
    Posted at 23:25h, 28 May Reply

    I like that information

  • Robin Thomas
    Posted at 23:27h, 28 May Reply

    Good information!

  • Reva Horne
    Posted at 23:58h, 28 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Melissa Ray
    Posted at 00:08h, 29 May Reply

    Great information

  • Candice Thomas
    Posted at 00:18h, 29 May Reply

    Good info to know !

  • Kelli welsh
    Posted at 00:19h, 29 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Sedrick King
    Posted at 00:41h, 29 May Reply

    I’m not tomatoes person but I’m getting there! Great information.

  • Sedrick King
    Posted at 00:43h, 29 May Reply

    Great information

  • Darci Kells
    Posted at 01:04h, 29 May Reply

    Thank you!

  • Jackie Messenger
    Posted at 01:10h, 29 May Reply

    Thank you!

  • Ashley Grose
    Posted at 02:39h, 29 May Reply

    This was so helpful as I am caring for my dad, who is a diabetic. Knowing the right foods is one thing but how to present and top them to appeal is super important for a picky eater, like my dad. Thank you, I can’t wait for part 2.

  • Ethel Searles
    Posted at 02:44h, 29 May Reply

    I am a type two diabetic and truly appreciate
    You listing the good fruits and vegetables.
    Thank you,

  • Jim Cosby
    Posted at 03:46h, 29 May Reply

    I am diabetic. Thank you.

  • Gavin Dillow
    Posted at 04:14h, 29 May Reply

    Interesting

  • Juanita Noce
    Posted at 10:06h, 29 May Reply

    Good info

    • Deborah
      Posted at 18:11h, 11 June Reply

      Great article

  • GAyle delozier
    Posted at 10:57h, 29 May Reply

    Good article

  • Danny LaFountain
    Posted at 11:27h, 29 May Reply

    thankyou

  • Patti s
    Posted at 12:51h, 29 May Reply

    Great info summer fruits and veggies are on there way eat up everyone I know I will

  • Brandi Stroede
    Posted at 12:59h, 29 May Reply

    Good information!

  • Amanda McCord
    Posted at 14:08h, 29 May Reply

    This is good info.. I love fruits and veggies

  • Rose Garrett
    Posted at 14:10h, 29 May Reply

    Thanks good to know this very good info.

  • Jordan Forrester
    Posted at 15:21h, 29 May Reply

    Great read!

  • Debra Jordan
    Posted at 16:12h, 29 May Reply

    Thank you! Good information

  • Kim Hetrick
    Posted at 16:25h, 29 May Reply

    Good info to know – love those berries!

  • Karen Ellyson
    Posted at 16:53h, 29 May Reply

    Thanks

  • ROBERT PRIEBE
    Posted at 18:19h, 29 May Reply

    Thanks for the info

  • Gisell Diaz-Alita
    Posted at 18:41h, 29 May Reply

    I love this articles the tips were fantastic my sister has type 1 and 4in my home type 2. I will be trying out some of these.

  • Rachelle Gizinski
    Posted at 20:02h, 29 May Reply

    Good Info

  • LISA DOVER
    Posted at 20:12h, 29 May Reply

    GREAT INFO…..

  • Brooks Douglass
    Posted at 21:22h, 29 May Reply

    Great article. I don’t have Diabetes and I don’t want to in the future.

  • Rudyard Sylveria Baker
    Posted at 22:12h, 29 May Reply

    Great, thanks!

  • Mary Ella Johnson
    Posted at 22:44h, 29 May Reply

    Good info!

  • Donna henry
    Posted at 23:33h, 29 May Reply

    Thanks for the read

  • Franklyn Emerson
    Posted at 00:40h, 30 May Reply

    Can’t wait for part 2

  • Melinda Harris
    Posted at 00:48h, 30 May Reply

    Thanks for the info I’ll eat more kale and blueberries

  • Brenda L Nicholson
    Posted at 01:07h, 30 May Reply

    Glad to know diabetes runs in my family

  • Cletona Alston
    Posted at 01:21h, 30 May Reply

    I ❤️ Asparagus, broccoli, beets and tomatoes. Thank you!.

  • Tracy Donnalley
    Posted at 01:41h, 30 May Reply

    Good source of information that I didn’t know

  • Howie Thompson
    Posted at 03:31h, 30 May Reply

    You have to eat well

  • Toni Bullitt
    Posted at 04:20h, 30 May Reply

    Fantastically executed thank you, this is confirmation. I eat blueberry everything no wonder my immune system stay up & I’m not diabetic. Can’t wait for part II.

  • Rick Noble
    Posted at 10:26h, 30 May Reply

    Good information.

  • Barbara DeLaura
    Posted at 10:33h, 30 May Reply

    Great info- always good to have a super food refresher

  • Debra Main
    Posted at 11:24h, 30 May Reply

    Thanks for the loads of helpful information

  • Pam Wells
    Posted at 12:06h, 30 May Reply

    Very good article, wealth of information. Looking forward to part 2

  • Susan Fisher
    Posted at 12:18h, 30 May Reply

    good information to know

  • Georgia Vezina
    Posted at 13:22h, 30 May Reply

    Good information, I’ll definitely pass along.

  • Hope Griffin
    Posted at 13:24h, 30 May Reply

    this topic is especially important for me due to my parents just moving home and both currently have issues with borderline diabetes. hypertension and high cholesterol so I look forward to sharing the info with them and seeing if it will help!!

  • SHELIAH HOLMES
    Posted at 17:11h, 30 May Reply

    Those were good articles to read except that I was always told that if you are on cholostrol meds you can not have grapefruit

  • KEVIN SANTOS
    Posted at 18:36h, 30 May Reply

    Thank you

  • Esther eunjoo jun
    Posted at 19:02h, 30 May Reply

    Informative

  • Jean A
    Posted at 23:05h, 30 May Reply

    Very informative.

  • Kristin Meschke
    Posted at 12:02h, 31 May Reply

    Thanks

  • Tracey Riggle
    Posted at 12:58h, 31 May Reply

    Good info!

  • robert mccabe
    Posted at 13:29h, 31 May Reply

    good information

  • Randy Hines
    Posted at 14:39h, 31 May Reply

    I always put out a large garden. Lots of tomatoes especially Roman

  • Kimberley Rayls
    Posted at 15:57h, 31 May Reply

    Good information

  • Rose Mary Goins
    Posted at 20:15h, 31 May Reply

    Good article.

  • Alexander
    Posted at 21:22h, 31 May Reply

    Noted, none sweetened greek yogurt taste kinda gross in my opinion. It needs something to add flavor… no flavor means no touchy for me bc i don’t like the bitter flavor.

  • Debra Bateson
    Posted at 22:55h, 31 May Reply

    I love my veggies and fruit

  • KEITH fletcher
    Posted at 00:32h, 01 June Reply

    Thanks

  • Edward Fiffick
    Posted at 02:31h, 01 June Reply

    I love the tips on food ..my list is changing..

  • Kim skinner
    Posted at 14:56h, 01 June Reply

    Good info

  • Toby King
    Posted at 16:29h, 01 June Reply

    Awesome article again
    I love breaking my fast with vegetables and then my protein.
    Thanks for the info

  • JMN
    Posted at 17:46h, 01 June Reply

    Thank you!

  • Fred Hanks
    Posted at 00:27h, 02 June Reply

    Good info

  • Sandra Vicks
    Posted at 10:15h, 02 June Reply

    Wow eating more healthy and drinking with less sugar seems like the better way to go.
    Keeping up with you doctor and exercise on a daily basis

  • terry king
    Posted at 12:40h, 02 June Reply

    Good read

  • Trudie mitchell
    Posted at 17:10h, 02 June Reply

    Good Ian’s helpful info

  • Jeffery Hayes
    Posted at 04:14h, 03 June Reply

    Thanks

  • Cynthia Rolik
    Posted at 05:25h, 03 June Reply

    Thank you for the info….very useful

  • Kimberly Smith
    Posted at 19:43h, 03 June Reply

    Thanks !

  • KEITH fletcher
    Posted at 22:47h, 03 June Reply

    Good read

  • Mitchell Macarthur
    Posted at 02:31h, 04 June Reply

    I tend to eat lots of tropical fruit mango, pineapples. I hoping these fruits do not contribute to higher diabetes due to sugars.

  • Top 10 Diabetes Superfoods, Part 2 - The Proactive Health Management Plan
    Posted at 05:05h, 04 June Reply

    […] Last week, we explored 5 superfoods that are especially helpful for those with diabetes, or at risk of developing diabetes. And now, here’s Part 2 of 2! (If you missed it, here’s Part 1) […]

  • Louise Touchstone
    Posted at 11:34h, 04 June Reply

    Great Facts! I feel informed and definitely going to eat more yogurt! I love the 2 Good Yogurt with 2 grams of sugar. I find it at Kroger.

  • Cathy kocher
    Posted at 14:54h, 04 June Reply

    I must of missed this o e- read part 2 then came back to read part 1 more good info

  • Shannon Rosales
    Posted at 15:37h, 04 June Reply

    Great tips!

  • Amanda Shows
    Posted at 15:41h, 04 June Reply

    Good read

  • Robert Holland
    Posted at 15:43h, 04 June Reply

    Nice article

  • Deborah Anthony
    Posted at 15:51h, 04 June Reply

    Be careful with the fruit. In moderation. More non-starchy veggies!!

  • Graciela Esquivel
    Posted at 15:52h, 04 June Reply

    Good information. I don’t like sour fruits but i sure will try them.

  • Carmelita Leal
    Posted at 15:59h, 04 June Reply

    Thank you I love the information you just shared

  • NATALIE ASKEW
    Posted at 16:14h, 04 June Reply

    thanks for the info

  • Darryl Young
    Posted at 17:31h, 04 June Reply

    Very good information, especially the blueberry article.

  • Kim Laible
    Posted at 17:45h, 04 June Reply

    Great to know about GI & what fruits are besttonitspikeBS

  • Kimberly Smith
    Posted at 19:28h, 04 June Reply

    Thanks

  • Tyrone Judge II
    Posted at 19:32h, 04 June Reply

    You do have to pay attention to other health issues

  • Kimberly Couts
    Posted at 20:31h, 04 June Reply

    Good info
    I like lists

  • Betty Busey
    Posted at 22:03h, 04 June Reply

    This is even good tips for weight loss.

  • Felicia baxter
    Posted at 01:22h, 05 June Reply

    Great info

  • Keith Reynolds
    Posted at 12:14h, 05 June Reply

    Thanks for the info

  • VALENTINA WASHINGTON
    Posted at 19:49h, 06 June Reply

    Great information

  • Robin Ousley
    Posted at 13:18h, 09 June Reply

    Great info about diabetes

  • Matt
    Posted at 16:35h, 10 June Reply

    Thank you.

  • Idella Brown
    Posted at 19:49h, 10 June Reply

    This is great information.

  • Jessica Fitzhugh
    Posted at 12:04h, 11 June Reply

    Diabetes wasn’t prevalent years ago when the grocery stores weren’t lined with boxed foods, filled with fillers, steroids, dyes and we wonder why so many people have diseases now.

  • Kristin Meschke
    Posted at 10:40h, 12 June Reply

    Great

  • Nicole
    Posted at 14:16h, 13 June Reply

    read

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