Fruits and Prediabetes

Q: I have recently been diagnosed with prediabetes. Should I stop eating sugary fruits? A: Richard Siegel, MD, co-director of the Diabetes and Lipid Center at Tufts Medical Center, answers: “Whole fruits contain natural sugars, along with fiber (as well as vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals that support good health). The fiber slows the absorption of […]
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