The number of diabetic patients is increasing rapidly. According to the International Diabetes Federation, the number of diabetics in India was 70 million in 2019 and is growing rapidly. Diabetes is an incurable disease, but according to health experts, patients can control this disease by changing their lifestyle. Kiwifruit is also beneficial for diabetics.
According to WebMD, 1 cup (180 g) of kiwifruit contains 110 calories, 6% calcium, 3% iron, 25 micrograms folic acid, 5% vitamin B-6 and 7% magnesium, 0.9 g fat , 5.4 mg sodium, 16% potassium, 8% Carbohydrates, 20% Dietary Fiber, 16 g Natural Sugar, 2.1 g Protein, 3% Vitamin A 278% Vitamin C.
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In fact, kiwi is a nutritious fruit. Kiwifruit can be enjoyed as a delicious and healthy snack, since all fruits contain natural sugars, as well as natural sugars. Therefore, kiwi should be consumed in small quantities. To maintain a balanced diet, kiwi can eat 140-180 grams or less. Kiwifruit contains natural sugars, which are not harmful to diabetics. Also, due to the low glycemic index of kiwi, blood sugar does not rise rapidly. It has a glycemic load of 4, making it safe for diabetics.
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Beneficial fruits for diabetics include kiwi, berries, kamarakha (star fruit), guava, berries, apple, pineapple, pear, watermelon, jackfruit, avocado, blackberry, cherry, peach, pear, plum, strawberry, etc. These fruits also have a very low sugar content and their glycemic weight is around 6.
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(The information provided here is based on folk remedies and general information. Before adopting it, be sure to consult a doctor.)