This Sweet Snack Is Great for Diabetics and Can Slash Blood Sugar Levels by 23%

Woman's World
Woman's World
Cover picture for the article

If you have diabetes, you must avoid all sugar, right? Actually, you have room for a sweet treat every now and then as long as you follow a healthy diet. Restricting yourself from eating any sugar can cause you to impulsively overeat whatever it is you’re craving. So, eating a healthy...

Comments / 8


According to healthline, "You can eat raisins if you have diabetes. Of course, this doesn't mean you should consume whole boxes of raisins whenever you want. Raisins are a fruit, and like other types of fruit, it does include natural sugar. So while raisins are safe to eat, moderation is key to prevent a spike in blood sugar" I know for a fact that grapes have a high glycemic index because a dietitian and endocrinologist told me so, so I knew this article was inaccurate. Considering a lot of people with diabetes have liver issues, they shouldn't just assume that because an article says they can eat raisins and it's fine, that they should.

Wolfe Grossman Sr.

this is a B.S. story, raisins have carbohydrates and carbohydrates jack blood sugar! Although they have some fiber it is not enough to counteract the carbohydrate ratio. Raisins are good for you in the most part but do not listen to fake news like this, it could create major health issues!


Comments / 0