Doctors recommend a healthy diet to avoid diabetes, which has become a common disease worldwide. Although replacing desserts with fresh and dried fruit may effectively contribute to the prevention of diabetes, some of these fruits may have a negative effect on diabetics as well.
According to numerous research conducted so far, dried fruits such as raisins, figs and apricots contain a concentrated concentration of natural sugars, so avoid over-ingestion.
Nutritionists say the drying process increases the concentration of natural sugars, causing an unhealthy rise in blood sugar when the body quickly absorbs it.
Experts recommend eating fresh fruit such as grapefruit, melons, strawberries and peaches, and eating dried fruits in limited quantities to avoid high blood sugar, the British newspaper Star Online reported.