What is the main reason behind type 2 diabetes, it is not yet clear. By the way, it is believed that being overweight and genetic are such reasons, which the problem of type 2 diabetes can occur. On the other hand, consuming more sugar can easily make this problem a victim, but the amount of sugar is also found in fruits, but they are considered a part of a healthy diet. In such a situation, it is reasonable to doubt whether eating more fruits can lead to type 2 diabetes or not.

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Today in this article you will know what is the relationship between eating more fruits and type 2 diabetes.

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  1. How fruits affect type 2 diabetes
  2. Fixed amount of fruit for diabetic patient
  3. Takeaway
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Fruits contain a good amount of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, due to which fruits should be an important part of the diet of diabetic patients. Along with this, it is also necessary that people with type 2 diabetes must take some care while eating because some fruits can affect their blood sugar levels. Come, let's know in detail whether eating more fruits causes type 2 diabetes problems or not -

Limited consumption of fruits

Including more sugar in the diet can lead to weight gain, which can increase blood sugar levels and lead to pre-diabetes. Both of these are risk factors for type 2 diabetes. On the other hand, fruits contain many vitamins and minerals, but fruits like mango have a high amount of natural sugar. Therefore, it is advised to eat these fruits in limited quantities.

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Dry fruits, juices, and smoothies

If a person consumes more fruits than the amount mentioned in his diet, then it can increase the amount of sugar in his diet. Not only this, if dry fruits and fruit juices or smoothies are consumed instead of fresh fruits, then there is a possibility of type 2 diabetes risk.

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For children between 2 years to 13 years, 1 to 1.5 cups of fruit have been recommended. One and a half cups of fruit is recommended for girls aged 14 to 18 years and one and a half cups of fruit for boys of the same age. 2 cups of fruit for women aged 19 to 30 years and one and a half cups of fruit for women above 30 years of age have been considered correct. Consumption of 2 cups of fruit is considered correct for men above 19 years of age. These figures have been prepared according to those who do less than 30 minutes of moderate exercise.

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There is no clear reason for type 2 diabetes. Still, it is important to pay attention to diet. Fruits must be included in the diet. Along with this, they should be consumed regularly, but fruits that have a high amount of sugar, eating them in excess increases the risk of type 2 diabetes.

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