Are Bananas Good for Diabetes?

Q:
I heard that bananas are high in sugar. Is it good for diabetes? I want to make a nutritive breakfast for my mummy with bananas.

 

A:
A study in 2015, found that the starch in under-ripe bananas might improve blood sugar levels and insulin response for diabetes. Even with a limited research, it’s thought that eating bananas may work well for people with diabetes.

Bananas is good for reducing stress and regulating metabolism, rich in contain B-6. As a result, it can play a crucial role in diabetes management. Besides, its relatively high fiber content is conducive to digestion. In addition, potassium in bananas improves your blood pressure controlling, which also contributes to a better cardiovascular system health.

 

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