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samk15 Tue 21-Jun-16 09:00:35

Good morning, I'm type 2, well controlled on metformin and insulin.
I am in desperate need of getting more veggies into my body.
Does anyone have experience of juicing/ smoothies? Obviously there are certain fruits I would avoid or have in small amounts. I want to invest in a NutriBullet but I don't want to make the diabetes worse.

Any thoughts or experiences would be much appreciated.

Gingernaut Thu 23-Feb-17 21:52:31

You'll have to avoid fruit in general.

I'm in the strange position of working in a diabetes related position and work alongside the clinical professionals.

The dieticians look on smoothies as the work of Satan.

niccyb Sun 19-Nov-17 20:50:45

All fruit is carbohydrates and no you do not have to avoid fruit. Have no more than 2-3 portions a day (handful). Diabetes U.K. has thousands of recipes including fruit and puddings.
It’s about everything in moderation. Have vegetables in the smoothies but try to avoid fruit smoothies on a daily basis.
I work in diabetes and with dietitians and we do not advise to avoid fruit and neither does diabetes U.K. x

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