7 Foods which can Control your Blood Sugar levels- Preventing DIABETES

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Just make the right choices and fight the disease.

Here are a few options for you to take in your regular week’s diet to avoid DIABETES!!!

Kale

Kale DIABETES

Kale or leaf cabbage. It is a great source of lutein, it is a carotenoid that is good for the eyes. People with diabetes may develop eye problems as well and so this could help. Kale is good in fiber, B vitamins b, iron, calcium, and vitamin C, all that is required for good health.

Nuts

nuts DIABETES

Nuts can help improve blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes. They help in making artery walls more flexible and prevent blood clot formation. It is one of the healthiest thing you could add to your diet.

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Chocolate

Dark Chocolate

I know you’re happy seeing this one! Dark Chocolate helps improve insulin sensitivity which is a crucial improvement in preventing type 2 diabetes. Dark chocolate can help produce a significant drop in blood pressure, reduces bad cholesterol, and improves blood vessel function. Just remember never to overdo it because it still has loads of calories.

Beans

beans

Beans help reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease. The fiber found in beans slows down the release of glucose, it prevents blood sugar spikes. It’s great to add it in soups and salads.

Blueberries

Blueberries

Blueberries are high in fiber and helps reduce the risk of diabetes. It has antioxidants like anthocyanin’s that lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Barley

Barley

Barley is very healthy and it can also help steady the blood sugar, and can also give you calcuim.

Salmon

salmon

Salmon a great source of vitamin D. It’s a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, healthy fats that helps reduce the risk of heart disease, inflammation, and improve insulin resistance.

 

 

**visit a dietitian to get a more accurate diet plan as every body type is different; this article is based upon a basic research for awareness.