Healthy Fruits Pudding Recipe for Diabetes Patients

Healthy Strawberry Mango Pudding Recipe for Diabetics

DIABETAZONE - What kind of fruit is healthy to be processed into a pudding for people with diabetes?

Fruit is an excellent source of antioxidants. Antioxidants are important because they help prevent cell damage. For diabetics, antioxidants can help reduce inflammation resulting from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress may contribute to the complications of diabetes. To get enough antioxidants, choose the types of fruit that has a bright color.

Fruits for Diabetes Patients
Fruits for Diabetes Patients

Balancing fruits with proteins and other healthy foods containing carbohydrates is important. In order for the fruit you consume does not make a high spike in your blood sugar levels, you should calculate the carbohydrates you consume. Spread the time to consume in a day, so that your blood sugar is also kept under control.

If you want to choose canned fruit, it is okay, as long as you make sure there is no extra sugar in the product. You can use about half a glass of canned fruit. Dried fruit can also be a good alternative, because dried fruit also contains fiber and antioxidants. However, keep in mind that in 2 tablespoons of dried fruit already contain carbohydrates as much as 15 grams. So, be careful in measuring the dose of dried fruit you will eat.

Fruits are good for diabetics

Here is a list of antioxidant-rich and well-eaten fruit by diabetics including:
  •         Wine
  •         Apple
  •         Berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries)
  •         Citrus fruits (like oranges)
  •         Pineapple
  •         Mango
  •         Papaya
  •         Apricot
  •         Cantaloupe
  •         Kiwi
  •         Mango
  •         Watermelon

The recipe for strawberry mango puddingfor diabetics

Strawberry Mango Pudding for Diabetics

        2 cups of mango juice
        1 cup cold water
        4 packs to taste without flavor
        ⅓ low calorie sweetening cup
        1 cup of cold orange juice
        1 cup of strawberries diced
        1 cup of mango diced

How to make:
Pour the mango juice into a heated saucepan;
Pour water into a large heat-resistant bowl. Sprinkle gelatin on water; Let stand for 3 minutes. Add the mango juice and stir until dissolved with agar, 2 to 3 minutes. Add the sugar and stir for 1 minute until dissolved. Beat orange juice.

Chill until the mixture becomes frozen around the edge of the container, 1 to 1 hour.
After 1 hour, stir gently to mix together. Stir the diced fruit. Pour it into a pan. Cover the pot with plastic wrap, without touching the jelly.

Chill for about 3 hours. To find out if the pudding is frozen, try touching it by hand. If it is not attached, it means that the pudding is ready to be served.