Low Glycemic Index Fruits

Fruits that are digested and absorbed slowly by the body leading to a slow rise in body glucose level are known as low glycemic index fruits. Some of the low glycemic index fruits are cherries, grapes, apples, bananas, mangoes, etc. The fiber content in these fruits will give a full feeling to the stomach for a long duration.

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What are the health benefits of guava?

Query: Hello doctor, How does guava help boost weight loss? Can guava extract help in prostate cancer prevention? How does guava work as a remedy for cold? Why is guava recommended for better brain health? What can guava's high vitamin A content do for our eyesight? What are the other benefits of co...  Read Full »


Dr. Revathi Sundaramurthy

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Guava helps in weight loss as it contains roughage or fibers. Fibers include both soluble and insoluble fiber. Fibers are the part of plant foods. Not all fibers are completely digested by the human body, hence they will not add to your calories, but they add bulk to th...  Read Full »

Please recommend some supplements to reduce HbA1c.

Query: Hi doctor, My HbA1c is around 6.0 %. Several years ago, it was used to be at 5.2 %. Can you recommend some supplements to reduce HbA1c?  Read Full »


Dr. Fatemeh Jadidi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. HbA1c level (glycated hemoglobin) goes up when your body is unable to control glucose accurately and when the insulin sensitivity is low. You have not mentioned the treatment taken for diabetes. I assume that you are prediabetic and I am giving the following instruction...  Read Full »

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