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What are the foods that cause diabetes?

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Foods that cause diabetes are:

  1. Sweets
  2. Candies - they increase the blood sugar level and weight as well
  3. Cakes and pastries as they are full of sugar, sodium, and preservatives
  4. Foods with artificial sugar (colas, sodas, candies, cookies etc.)
  5. White Bread as it is made with white flour, which is rich in sugar
  6. Milk as it is rich in saturated fat. Instead of whole milk; add skimmed or low-fat milk in the diet.
  7. French-fries and raisins.
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Answered on April 3, 2018 3:13 am
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Now a days anything you eat in some way or the other can lead to diabetes so it depends on how strong your immune system is.

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True that! Plus it is so hard to avoid such foods. Down the years we’ve had it all and for health we have to give it up, sad life!

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