Diabetic nutrition

Seeds in diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2: the benefits and harm

In summer, our land pleases the eye and pleasantly surprises with blooming fields of sunflowers, and in the fall with bright colors of many pumpkins in the gardens.

Berries of velvet tree with diabetes mellitus

Alternative healers for therapeutic purposes in diabetes mellitus use and berries of velvet wood. Velvet (it is the Amur or Amur cork velvet) is a tall plant, a long-liver, common in the Far East, Sakhalin, the Kuril Islands, which can also be found in China, Japan, and Korea.

Cranberries with diabetes mellitus

Another useful and quite popular berry, which, alas, is not yet cultivated in our country, is cranberry. She is from the countries of the Northern Hemisphere, but she already develops new lands in Poland, Belarus and Russia.

Blueberries with diabetes mellitus

It is a moisture-loving berry that grows in the regions of the Northern Hemisphere in swamps, in forests and near mountains. To us from the country it is planted mainly from the Far East, so the berry is not often found on sale.

Irga with diabetes

Irga is not a very popular berry in our region, although it grows in Ukraine (and also in Russia, Japan, Europe, America). In appearance, the fruit resembles a dog rose, only the color of ripe berries is not red, but blue.

Mulberry in diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2: benefit and harm

Mulberry is a pretty sweet and nutritious berry, which, in spite of this, is not forbidden in diabetics. The fruits of this tree, which can be of different colors: white, pink, almost black, are a valuable source of vitamins.

Kizil for type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus

Berries for diabetics are an important source of nutrients, so it is very important that on the table of patients periodically appear different useful fruits. One of these fruits is cornelian.

Chokeberry and red mountain ash with diabetes mellitus

Diabetic berries and rowan berries are also allowed. In this case preference is given to the black-fruit berries, which has sugar-reducing properties.

Gooseberries with diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2: benefit and harm

Gooseberries are a berry that many people do not pay proper attention to. And very much in vain, because it is quite tasty and incredible useful delicacy, which in diabetes brings particular benefit.


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