Diabetic foods and diabetic diet: apples contain sugar, but much of the sugar found in apples is fructose. When fructose is consumed in a whole fruit, it has very little effect on blood sugar levels. In addition, fiber in apples slows digestion and absorption of sugar. This means that sugar enters the bloodstream slowly and does not rapidly increase blood sugar levels. In addition, polyphenols, which are plant compounds found in apples, also slow down the digestion of carbohydrates and lower blood sugar levels.
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