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Will eating too much fruit cause diabetes?

Will eating too much fruit cause diabetes?

Not really unless -: You are prone to getting it, because you have a strong family history of it. Keeping you weight in check according to your height and doing regular exercises & eating healthy can reduce your chances of getting it. Excess of anything can be bad for you, so be wary. ...Read more

Dr. Quang Nguyen
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I was curious if eating too much fruit can cause diabetes?

I was curious if eating too much fruit can cause diabetes?

Perhaps: It's hard to say how much fruit is too much, however if you are a borderline diabetic, too much fruit could be a problem. ...Read more

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Will eating too much fruit make me fat? Or cause diabetes?

Eating: Eating too much of anything might make you fat. Feel free to eat but also exercise regularly. If you have a bathroom scale weigh yourself (naked) once a week. Also go online to Body Mass Index (BMI) and see if you are of normal weight, overweight, or underweight. ...Read more

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Is it possible to get diabetes from eating too much fruit?

Is it possible to get diabetes from eating too much fruit?

Not really: Type 2 diabetes is caused by Insulin resistance, usually as a result of obesity. The development of diabetes is going to be indepent of the exact foods you eat. Fruits can be high in natural sugar, but sugar itself does not cause diabetes. Obesity resulting from too many calories and weight gain can lead to diabetes. Other factors can also play an important role including family hisotry. ...Read more

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Could eating only fruit itself cause diabetes?

Could eating only fruit itself cause diabetes?

Diabetes?: Not unless u r susceptible by genetics to get diabetes, regardless of what u eat. ...Read more

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Can the sugar in fruit cause diabetes?

Can the sugar in fruit cause diabetes?

No: Sugar itself doesnt cause diabetes. Being overweight with subsequent insulin resistance can lead to diabetes.When insulin resistance occurs, processed sugars and processed foods can further contribute to the diabetes. ...Read more

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Might eating too much sugar cause diabetes?

Might eating too much sugar cause diabetes?

No: Not normally. But if there is a family history, a diagnosis already determined of diabetes, or risk factors (obesity, etc) it is likely a bad idea. It is a great idea to mantain a balanced healthy diet, including mostly non refined (natural) sugars of slower absorption. ...Read more

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Might eating too much sugar cause diabetes?

Might eating too much sugar cause diabetes?

No: Not in normal conditions. However, if there is a tendency, risk factors (like obesity), familiy history etc, it will certainly make things worse. As health advice, however, eating too much sugar is always bad anyway. A healthy diet is much better choice, including most sugars non refined (natural, from fruits, etc). ...Read more

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Does eating too much sugar really cause diabetes?

Does eating too much sugar really cause diabetes?

No: In normal situations, that can not be mantained as a truth. However, in presence of tendency to it, risk factors like obesity, family history, it will certainly contribute to make things worse. On the othr hand, eating healthy and using mostly natural (eg from fruits) sugars, in the right proportions, is a much better idea which might decrease probabilities or acquiring or worsening diabetes. ...Read more

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