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Diabetics can use dried fruits as low glycemic index food source
eMediNexus,  11 December 2018
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Dried fruits do not cause a spike in blood sugar level, says a study published in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes compared the glycemic response of four dried fruits -- dates, apricots, raisins and sultanas -- versus white bread in 10 healthy participants and found that the dried fruits had a lower glycemic index and could lower the glycemic response of white bread through displacement of half of the available carbohydrate.
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