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D@S 1000 Diabetic Diet Pack
D@S 1000 Diabetic Diet Pack
₹1,000.00 – ₹12,100.00
- Get fresh and quality fruits at source price
- Get Rs 250 worth of fruits per week
- weekly delivery to your home on your preferred day
- Rs 100 Service Charges per month
- Cash on Delivery available
- You will get 4 weeks delivery per month on selected package
- The fruits will be good quality in size, taste, appearance and freshness/ripeness
- Natural vitamins and minerals that the body craves for well-being.
- Fruits can increase energy, aid the body in Vitamin C acceptance.
- Help with weight management and reduce the effects of aging.
- The fruit is great-tasting…as in mouth-watering,delicious, cant-get-enough great-tasting.
- Pick up and eat fruits before or after exercise.
- Eating fruits daily reduced risk of chronic diseases.
- Healthy diet protects against certain cancers
- Provides Antioxidant Protection and Immune Support
- Eating a diet rich in fruit may reduce risk for stroke, other cardiovascular diseases and type-2 diabetes.
- Fruits will be delivered once a week.
- We will deliver fresh fruits with supervision standards from the source place.
- Fruits will be delivered anytime between 7 AM – 8 PM
- Customers can contact us in case of non-availability during delivery days. Those deliveries will be carry forward further weeks.
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- Fruit safety at home wash:
- Wash your hands before and after preparing fruits.
- Wash or scrub all fruits under running water before eating, cutting or cooking.
- Fruits labeled “prewashed” do not need to be washed.
- Keep Cold.
1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 12 months
Saturday/Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday
About Dieabetic Diet Pack
Eating fruit is a delicious way to satisfy hunger and meet daily nutritional needs. However, most fruits contain sugar. This has raised questions about whether fruits are suitable for people who have diabetes.
Diabetes is a chronic but manageable condition in which the body struggles to control the levels of blood sugar.
IS FRUIT DANGEROUS FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES?
- The American Diabetes Association (ADA) advises that any fruit is fine to eat for a person with diabetes, so long as that person is not allergic to a particular fruit.
- A meta-analysis published in 2014 in the British Medical Journal found higher fruit intake was significantly associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
- The preparation of fruit, however, can affect blood sugar. Fresh or frozen fruits are better than processed fruits straight from a can or jar, such as applesauce and canned fruit. Processed fruits also include dried fruit and fruit juices.
- People with diabetes should eat processed foods sparingly or avoid them completely. The body absorbs processed fruits more rapidly, leading to higher blood sugar levels. Processing fruits also removes or reduces levels of certain key nutrients, including vitamins and fiber.
- The National Institute of Diabetic and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) recommends that people with diabetes should avoid fruit juices or canned fruits with added sugar.
- Fruit blends like smoothies also have high sugar content and are more rapidly absorbed leading to higher spikes in blood sugar.
WHAT IS THE GLYCEMIC INDEX?
- For a person with diabetes, one way to select safe and suitable fruits and other high-carbohydrate foods is to check the glycemic index (GI).
- GI is a rating of foods on a scale from 1 to 100. The score indicates how quickly the food item may raise blood sugar levels.
- High GI foods are absorbed faster than medium or low GI foods.
- Glycemic load (GL) takes into account the GI of a food plus the number of carbohydrates in a serving. GL may be a more accurate way of assessing how food affects blood sugar management over time. Low-GI and low-GL foods are better for helping control blood sugar levels.
- People may be surprised to learn that many fruits have a low glycemic index. People digest starchy vegetables, such as potatoes and grains, more rapidly, so these have a higher GI index.
- The longer a carbohydrate-rich food is cooked, the higher the GI value. Fat, fiber content, and cooling carbohydrates after they have been transformed into resistant starches via cooking can all dramatically lower GI values.
- We designed this pack with the suggestion of a Diet medician. We deliver a high quality fruits for our speical package customers. In this pack we will deliver perfect diabetic pack at your doorstep.
- Source from MedicalNewsToday https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/311220.php