There is evidence that humans ate persimmon fruit 6,000 years ago. To this day the use of persimmon fruit is such that there can be no one who has not tasted persimmon fruit. Nutritious, rich in good carbohydrates. Diabetics are afraid to eat persimmon fruit because of its high sweet taste. Their fear is that the sugar level will increase.
Doctors say that diabetics should not eat 2 to 3 servings of fruit a day. At the same time you need to reduce the amount of other carbohydrate foods when eating persimmon fruit.
100 grams of persimmon fruit contains 314 calories. Studies show that people with diabetes do not have a sudden rise in blood glucose levels even after eating 7 to 10 persimmons. One fruit contains approximately 2 grams of fiber. That means eight percent of the fiber needed for a day. This prevents the calories from the persimmon fruit from being immediately absorbed into the bloodstream. That is why even eating 7-8 fruits does not increase the sugar level.
Persimmon fruit contains many nutrients such as Vitamin A, K, B, Magnesium, Manganese, Niacin, Iron, Copper and Potassium. Therefore, consuming 2-3 servings of persimmon fruit a day is good for the body.
Its glycemic index level has also made it a fruit suitable for diabetics. Depending on how high the glycemic index (GI) of a food is, it can quickly increase blood sugar levels.
Not all foods with a GI level below 55 will immediately raise blood sugar levels. The GI number of persimmon fruit is 42. It mixes the sugar extract obtained from persimmon fruit in the blood a little bit. Thus, there is no problem of sudden rise in sugar level.
Magnesium in persimmon fruit helps in controlling blood sugar level. Studies show that people with type 2 diabetes have lower levels of magnesium in their body. Magnesium from the persimmon fruit eliminates that deficiency.
So eat in moderation and live richly!