Posted 02 December 2008 - 08:59 PM
Posted 02 December 2008 - 10:18 PM
Posted 02 December 2008 - 10:33 PM
I read about a research last year or 2 years ago that found that people without diabetes who ate 1-4 oranges a day have lower risks of developing diabetes. The research focused on the Japanese, because some Japanese and other Asians believe that oranges can cause diabetes.
In any case, better to have the fruit and all the wonderful nutrients in it than pills or supplements.
Posted 03 December 2008 - 12:37 AM
On MDI and doing well. A1Cs range from 5.6 to 6.4. December 2016 was 6.1. 12 911's in my career; a few highs; lots of shots. Diagnosed Oct 19th, 1975.
Proliferative retinopathy March 1994, 4,000 laser, vitrectomy Oct. 2006. Vision 20/25 in right, 20/40 in left (slight cataract).
Posted 03 December 2008 - 12:39 AM
that is a lot of carbs for some people!!!
you really need to test 1/2/3 hours after eating an orange to see what it does to you.
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May 2010 : A1C (home) 5.5%: Feb 2010: A1C (home): 5.2% Oct 2009: A1C: 5.7%;
Triglycerides: 53 (0.6); HDL chol: 50 (1.2); LDL chol: 19.5 (0.5); total cholesterol 87.5
Lantus before bed - 30u; Novorapid for meals (averaging 20-30u per day); Lowish carb diet
Posted 03 December 2008 - 01:43 AM
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Posted 03 December 2008 - 01:52 AM
Food Item:Oranges, raw
Food Quantity: 1 orange
Dietary Fiber: 3.1g
Net Carbs: 12.3g
Orange and Diet Nutrition
The nutritional value of fruit, like Orange, makes it an excellent choice for both weight control and general health. Fruit contains energy-giving fructose (low on the glycemic index), several essential vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals, plus dietary fiber for better health, digestion and blood glucose control.
This is the Info here
Posted 03 December 2008 - 08:11 AM
It's all about testing and seeing how your blood sugars respond, as we are all different in our tolerances...and sometimes our tolerances change...testing is the key!
T2, diagnosed 8/31/06.
Meds: Metformin-ER 500 mg twice daily, HCTZ 12.5 mg every other day for BP Enalapril 20 mg 1 daily (ace-inhibitor)
Diet: I eat to my meter, generally eating 75-100 carbs/day with the occasional splurge.
Posted 03 December 2008 - 08:24 AM
that means sugar
Fruit contains energy-giving fructose
Posted 04 December 2008 - 08:38 AM
Posted 04 December 2008 - 09:50 AM
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2x 15u NPN
2x 10 Byetta
Posted 04 December 2008 - 04:11 PM
If I eat an orange by readings can go up to 180 or 200, so I stay away from them. I can eat pears and berries with no problems. Like others have already stated, test after you eat and see how your body is reacting. YMMV.
Diagnosed 7/25/07; a1c 11.2:(
11/26/07; a1c 6.2
03/15/08; a1c 5.9:D
03/23/09; a1c 7.0
09/30/09; a1c 6.6
05/12/10: a1c 6.6
05/12: a1c 8.9
Metformin 1000, twice a day
Fallen off the LC diet wagon
Need to get cracking on the exercise
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Posted 04 December 2008 - 04:17 PM
that means sugar
yes I know that :T That was all a quote from the link I provided at the bottom of my post for the OP.... personally I cannot eat any fruit atm as it sends my bgl skyrocketing; which is tough on me as I used to be known as the fruit fly I loved fruit so much
Posted 04 December 2008 - 06:11 PM
Posted 04 December 2008 - 06:52 PM
5.9 on 4/29/11 (off meds 4 months meds- after gastric bypass)
6.1 on 9/27/09
5.6 on 4/12/09:o
5.9 on 12/14/08
5.3 on 10/7/08:elefant:
6.3 on 6/1/08:mad:
9/27/09: Triglyc:214:eek: , HDL 42, LDL 74
4/12/09:Triglyc: 111, HDL: 46, LDL: 94,
4/29/11 Tri:89, HDL 46, LDL 57
Exercise= Recumbent exercise bike, stair climbing, walking my dogs:stickyman
Posted 04 December 2008 - 08:35 PM
I tried an orange once early on in my diagnosis. I went above 200. So I haven't had one since. In fact, I avoided ALL fruits until recently - after dropping weight. With the weight drop, for me, insulin resistance has decreased pretty significantly. I've infused some fruits back into my diet. Bananas, apples, berries, pears, canteloupe, honeydew - I haven't had a two hour above 100 with any of these. I'll probably try an orange again soon just to compare. Oh, and because I love them too.