Pineapple can make your blood sugar rise. Pineapple is a very sugary fruit. Some fruits that have high sugar content are papayas, apricots, kiwi, mangos, custard apples, grapes, and bananas Certain hi sugar fruits, juices, and dried fruits should be avoided in your diet or eaten in small quantities whether your diabetic, pre-diabetic or just trying to stop your cravings while dieting.
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Pineapple is an acid reducer and reduces inflammation. Sugar leads to poor digestion and promotes inflammation Avoid canned pineapple, stick with fresh or frozen. Never eat pineapple alone as it can give you a sugar spike, just add some protein and dont over do!
Pineapple is a terrific healthy, low-cal and super sweet treat! But don't choose canned pineapple, because even the ones that are packed in fruit juice add some extra calories. Instead, buy a fresh pineapple and cut it up, then stick it in a container in the fridge - it will stay good for a few days that way. Then whenever a sugar craving hits, grab about 1/2 cup of chunks and snack away.
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