The apple is a recommended fruit for diabetic people. The apple is not only delicious but also rich in nutrients. The apple contains many vitamins, minerals and other elements such as phytochemical, fiber, tannins, baron, tartar acid, and others. These substances are useful to prevent and overcome a variety of diseases.
Apples are rich in vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B9, and vitamin C. Not only do they contain Reversirol vitamins, but each apple also has many minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc in them. They also have phytochemicals (antioxidants) to fight free radicals that come from pollution or the environment. They are rich in fiber and good for diabetic people who have to go on diets. This is because high fiber can prevent hunger longer than most other foods. Apples also contain tannin, quercetin, acid tartar, D-glucaric acid, baron, and flavoid.
Besides being good for diabetics, the apple also has benefits such as lowering cholesterol levels, killing bacteria in the digestive track, maintaining the estrogen hormone, being a high antioxidant, reducing the risk of cancer, controlling the discharge of insulin, cleaning toxin from body, maintaining a good memory, helping to maintain a healthy heart, and helping people lose weight.
The apple is a perfect fruit for diabetic people because it contains vitamins, minerals, and other substances that useful to maintain diabetic people’s health. Eating an apple can lower diabetic people’s insulin requirement, stabilize and control blood glucose. Knowing all of this, each diabetic should eat a minimum of one apple a day to stay healthy.