Foods and Drinks to Avoid with Diabetes

1. Sugar-sweetened beverages

First, they’re very high in carbs, with a 12-ounce (354-mL) can of cola providing 38.5 grams.these drinks are loaded with fructose

2. Trans fats

rans fats are found in margarines, peanut butter, spreads, creamers, and frozen dinners.

3. White bread, rice, and pasta

High carb foods not only raised blood sugar but also decreased brain function in people with type 2 diabetes and mental deficits

4. Fruit-flavored yogurt

A 1-cup (245-gram) serving of fruit-flavored yogurt may contain almost 31 grams of sugar, meaning nearly 61% of its calories come from sugar.

5. Sweetened breakfast cereals

Despite the health claims on their boxes, most cereals are highly processed and contain far more carbs than many people realize.

6. Flavored coffee drinks

flavored coffee drinks should be viewed as a liquid dessert rather than a healthy beverage.Flavored coffee drinks are also loaded with carbs.

7.Honey, agave nectar, and maple syrup

These sweeteners aren’t highly processed, they contain at least as many carbs as white sugar. In fact, most contain even more.

8. Dried fruit

When fruit is dried, the process results in a loss of water that leads to even higher concentrations of these nutrients.

9. Packaged snack foods

They’re typically made with refined flour and provide few nutrients, although they have plenty of fast-digesting carbs that can rapidly raise blood sugar.

10. Fruit juice

This goes for unsweetened 100% fruit juice, as well as types that contain added sugar. In some cases, fruit juice is even higher in sugar and carbs than soda.