I am a Diabetic. Can I eat olives?

When looking after our health, especially when we are diagnosed with a serious illness, like diabetes, heart disease or a stroke, we need to take everything under consideration.

The article we found takes under consideration whether olive oil, olives as well as the Mediterranean diet in general, have a good or a bad effect to our fight against diabetes.

Often thought of as a vegetable, but actually a fruit, the olive is one of the world’s oldest cultivated foods. They are thought to have originated in Asia Minor around 6,000 years ago, and were enjoyed by early civilizations even before the advent of writing. As such, this delectable fruit has long been cherished, and rightfully so, for its incredible versatility, health benefits and potent flavor.

Read the entire article here: http://blog.diabetv.com/are-olives-good-for-diabetes/

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