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10 Foods That Are Great For Diabetics!

It’s already overly apparent that people who have diabetes need to watch what they eat. Medical professionals suggest that diabetics avoid processed goods and opt for whole foods such as vegetables and fruits. They also advise patients to consume foods rich in calcium, vitamin D, fiber and omega-3s. Here are some of good options to consider that can help provide those key nutrients.

10. Dates

Fresh Arabian Dates with a brown bowl

Seven dates contain up to 4 grams of fiber. Dates contain more antioxidants than oranges, grapes, peppers and broccoli, explains Prevention.

9. Berries

bowl of juicy ripe summer berries

Berries contain antioxidants known as polyphenols and provide a good source of fiber. A cup of blueberries contains 3.5 grams of fiber while blackberries contain 7.6 grams.

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