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how many fruits can i eat in a day so that sugar from fruits do not contribute to high sugar intake? non-diabetic male,healthy diet,added sugar -35gms

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Dr. Bernard Seif
40 years experience Clinical Psychology
Glycemic Index: chart would be helpful. You can search the net for one. The fructose and thus insulin evoking aspect to fruits vary from fruit to fruit with berries being the lowest on the list and fruit juices and watermelon being much higher. Peace and good health. Same process for vegetables.
Answered on May 29, 2016

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