Many people drink juice to replace green vegetables; Many diabetics do not dare to eat sweet fruit. Is this true?
High-fiber diets are related to BMI and blood insulin levels. Vegetables are an important source of fiber.
In addition, green vegetables are also the leading food to help prevent cancer. Most green vegetables contain antioxidants that protect the body from free radicals.
However, how much vegetables should you eat every day, but should you eat as much as possible? Xinhua News Agency recently published an article highlighting the misunderstandings many people have:
Drinking vegetable and fruit juice is easy to lead to excessive calorie intake. For example, every day, you only need to eat an orange, but if you drink orange juice, you need at least 5 oranges to get a glass of orange juice. Naturally, you will load more calories.
In addition, during the pressing process, the sugar in the fruit is also pressed into smaller molecules, helping to absorb faster and increasing the likelihood of obesity.
Many diabetics do not dare to eat sweet fruit. In fact, fruits containing sugar alcohol - an ingredient that doesn't make blood pressure high. Therefore, diabetics can eat from 200 grams to 350 grams of fruit per day .
Experts note that for some fruits with high sugar content, more than 10%, such as mango, litchi, durian ., diabetics should only eat 200 grams per day.
For fruits with less than 10% sugar, patients can eat 300 grams to 350 grams.
Many people think that this is good for health, but high fiber content in vegetables easily leads to bloating and diarrhea.
In addition, it also affects the absorption of calcium and protein. Therefore, each person should consume between 350 grams and 500 grams of vegetables per day .