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Top 20 Fruits For Diabetics

Some serious health conditions need extra precaution when it comes to our eating habits. One such disease, diabetes, restricts us from eating certain types of food. From watching our sugar intake to controlling the consumption of refined carbohydrates, precautions could help in reducing the risk factor of diabetes, which could even lead to some types of cancer. Quite many people believe that diabetics cannot eat certain fruits. According to the guidelines by nutritionists and medical institutions, it is important for everyone to have at least 4 to 5 fruits servings in a day. Considering the fact that a person who is suffering from diabetes, should have controlled sugar level, there is no need for them to avoid fruits to keep their blood sugar level controlled. They just need to be extra careful when eating certain kind of fruits such as bananas, litchis, custard apples and mud apples. Eat them but in limited quantity. Here we have listed top 20 fruits that can be eaten by diabetics... Pears Rich in vitamins and fibre, this delicious food is one of the healthier snacking options for diabetics. Papaya Another 'super-food' for diabetics is papaya. Papaya contains essentials minerals a Continue reading >>

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  1. Dietbeeties

    Insulin that was left out

    Just curious how long can insulin be left out and still be usable? We went to a birthday party last night (for one of the kids' friends) and it was late when we left. When we got home I grabbed all their treat bags and prizes and totoally forgot about my insulin pouch! (I had put it in the glovebox to kind of hide it from the kiddos). Anyways, when I went to take my shot this morning is when I realized what I did. The cold pack wasn't necessarily cold anymore. I went ahead and opened a new bottle of N, but was out of the R…which I am supposed to pick up a refill tomorrow. I went ahead and took some of the R, and I only need to use it til tomorrow. Just for future reference..how long can it stay out and still be good?

  2. Diabetic Angel

    I left an unopened vile of insulin out is it still good?

  3. Sarhindi

    I am new here, been diabetic type 2, for the past 8 years. Just one query, I am on lantus, i keep my lantus penfil stock refrigrated, living alone and not using refrigerator for quite some time, my refrigerator gave up on me with out me knowing, the temperature inside was moderate and not ideal (between 2 - 8 C) i had roughly 3 packs full of lantus, so are they all gone BAD?

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