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What are the foods that don't have sugar?
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    Default What are the foods that don't have sugar?

    I just want to know, what are the foods that don't have sugar/.
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    All green vegetables, carrot, cabbage, cucumber, onion, garlic, ginger, spices, chilly. Food made out of this stuffs will benefit for diabetic patients plus those who want a diet figure.

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    People with diabetes can eat high-fiber foods, promote the body sugar metabolism, such as corn, wheat, cabbage, leek, soy products.
    Sugar low vegetables. Such as leeks, squash, wax gourd, pumpkin, green vegetables, green pepper, eggplant. And tomatoes, which can do low sugar content can do fruit and vegetables can eat more.
    Eat more contain calcium food. Calcium can cause diabetes illness. Such as shrimp skin, kelp, ribs, sesame paste, soybean, milk, etc.
    Rich of selenium food. Selenium has the same adjustment with insulin physiological activity of sugar metabolism. Such as fish, mushrooms, sesame, garlic, mustard, etc., which could reduce blood glucose, improve diabetes symptoms.
    Rich in vitamin B and vitamin C food. Supplement these two elements, helps to slow down the process of diabetes complications of diabetes, to relieve the retina, nephronia beneficial. Disease Such as fish, milk, cabbage, beans and vegetables, mustard greens, cabbage, green peppers, fresh jujubes, etc.
    In addition, pumpkin, balsam pear, onion, HuangShan on patients drinks, feed more and more urinary symptoms were obviously improved effect, have a lower blood sugar, regulate blood sugar concentration of function, fit to eat.

    Rich in protein. Grain protein content for general 10% ~ 12%. Oats, about the highest content, barley (a 15.6% keep about 13.4% barley) about 11%, buckwheat, wheat, maize about 10% for 8%. But the grain amino acids are not good, does not belong to high grade protein.

    Fat content is low. Grains in general fat content only 1% ~ 2%, corn 4.3 percent. Many for the unsaturated fatty acid, its oil belong to high quality oils.

    Hope this information can help you!

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    wheat... and all. Fenugreek seeds powder will help to diabetes patients. after facewash if you consume little amount ( in the powder format, ready made powder also available) in the early morning it helps to reduce sugar level.

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    Hello You must eat with a balanced diet meals.

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    Egg has no sugar, it contains proteins and fat. Fresh cuts of fish such as unprocessed salmon and tuna has no sugar too. Avoid foods rich in carbohydrates.

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    All fruit contains Carbs which is a type of sugar.

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    All foods have natural sugars in them that are how your body stores fat incase u run out of food. Some sugars r good for u though, so it wouldn't be healthy to not eat any sugar at all. if your thinking of dieting like that, it's very unhealthy and can give u eating disorders. The healthy food are Crisps fruit and vegetable , low fat yoghurt, milk, WATER.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by EthanFoster View Post
    All foods have natural sugars in them that are how your body stores fat incase u run out of food. Some sugars r good for u though, so it wouldn't be healthy to not eat any sugar at all. if your thinking of dieting like that, it's very unhealthy and can give u eating disorders. The healthy food are Crisps fruit and vegetable , low fat yoghurt, milk, WATER.......
    Agreed. all food has "sugar" of some sort in it. Of course choosing the healthy one is what matters.

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    Default Re: What are the foods that don't have sugar?

    Well, Eggs, bananas and Jamun donít contain the sugar. You can also use the vegetables.

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    Avoid sweet foods, intake green vegetables.

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    I just want to know, if i take a little bit of sugar it can be affect my sugar level??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickyinfluenza View Post
    I just want to know, if i take a little bit of sugar it can be affect my sugar level??
    It depends on your age, your health, your stamina..
    It affects fast when you are week..

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    Hi Robotculator,
    If you are looking for diabetic food then you can have these:
    Apples,
    Asparagus,
    Blueberries,
    Broccoli,
    Flaxseed,
    Red grapefruit,
    Beans,
    Fish,
    Carrots and
    Nuts.

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    all foods have natural sugars in them, that's how ur body stores fat incase u run out of food. some sugars r good for u though, so it wouldn't be healthy to not eat any sugar at all. if ur thinking of dieting like that, it's very unhealthy and can give u eating disorders.

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    A lot of healthy options contain no sugar, or more importantly no sugar is added to them. There is absolutely nothing wrong with getting sugar from things like fruits and vegetables, its the white processed sugars you want to stay away from.

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    There are many vegetable and fruits which does not contain sugar.

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    Foods with no sugar are leafy vegetables, chilly, onion, spices, etc. Green leafy vegetables are very useful for a diabetic person. Avoid eating mangoes & bananas as they have more amount of sugar in them.

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    The green leafy vegetables have no sugar. Beef, pork, chicken, turkey, oils like olive, sunflower, peanut, safflower and soybean varieties, contain fat with no protein or sugar . Chicken minus the skin contains lesser amount of fat than beef. pork is also a good source of iron, potassium, selenium, choline, niacin, riboflavin and thiamine.

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    i dont no...........

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    The Best Way to Eliminate Sugar From Your Diet

    The primary goal of eliminating sugar and refined carbohydrates from your diet is to promote excellent health. By eating natural whole foods such as meat, fruit and vegetables, you’ll be supporting your health and eliminating sugar and refined carbohydrates at the same time. Because these whole foods don’t contain processed sugar or refined carbohydrates, no additional effort is needed to avoid them.

    The reason why natural whole foods are so healthy is because we spent millions of years evolving on them. Based on this, an easy way to make sure that you’re eating the right foods is to ask yourself if they existed 10,000 years ago. If they didn’t, or if they’re packaged in plastic or a box, they’re likely to contain sugar and refined carbohydrates.

    After being spoiled by the convenience of processed foods, many people have a difficult time following a healthy diet because of the additional preparation that whole foods tend to require. By preparing a number of meals in advance, you’ll always have healthy food available to you regardless of how little time or energy you have for food preparation. In fact, if you don’t mind freezing your meals, you can even prepare enough food in advance for an entire week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashleybrown View Post
    Well, Eggs, bananas and Jamun don’t contain the sugar. You can also use the vegetables.
    There are actually 27 grams of sugar in one cup of mashed banana. It's a relatively high amount.

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    Most of the diabetics often get confused with the food, whether it is safe for them or not?

    Fruits that are a good source of fiber, vitamins and minerals and have less sugar content are best for diabetes patients when served in precise portions.

    You can have Avocado, Cherries, Lime, Kiwifruit, Pears, Apricots, Pomegranates, Blueberries, Grapefruit, Rose apple, Apple, Papaya, Watermelon, Plums, Strawberries, Muskmelon etc.

    But avoid fruits like custard apple, grapes, mango, banana and sapota.

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    you can use xylitol instead of sugar,it is also sweet and nectareous

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    All the green vegetables, some sugar free biscuits. tea with salt and lemon,home made roti are fulfilled for the diabetes people.We can have some fruits.

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    Most of the foods we eat are converted to glucose to be released in blood which are used for various activity or actions we perform during the day.Green vegetables are very good for diabetics.Other foods like garlic,ginger onions tomatoes and other vegetables are equally good. High fiber diet is highly recommended for diabetics.

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    I think there are very few foods that don’t have sugar. But these some foods which have no sugar :- Vegetables, eggs, fresh fish, chicken etc.

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    If you're trying to reduce the sugar and calories in your diet, you may be turning to artificial sweeteners or other sugar substitutes.

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    Some sugar is need of human body. totally sugar less diet is not good for health .. it should be controlled and minimized.

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    Thanks very great post.The green leafy vegetables & foods with no sugar are leafy vegetables, chilly, onion, spices, etc. Green leafy vegetables,salads are very useful for a diabetic person.diabetic person avoid eating sugar,sweets, mangoes & bananas as they have more amount of sugar in them as well.

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