Forget About Diabetes With These Delicious Foods

Forget About Diabetes With These Delicious Foods

If you suffer from type 2 diabetes, you know very well that you have to eat foods with low glycemic index. This helps diabetics make sure they eat the right foods to maintain the ideal level of sugar in the blood.

Moreover, combining carbohydrates with proteins or fats will help keep diabetes under control. The inclusion of proteins in daily diet will delay the increase in glucose levels compared to the times when you only consume carbohydrates.

Here’s what food combinations you have to do when you have diabetes (they help you control the amount of sugar in the blood).

Whole grain bread with avocado
You must opt for whole grains rich in sugar. Combine them with healthy fats such as avocado, to enjoy a delicious breakfast.

Chia seeds
Chia seeds are an important source of fiber. Including them in morning drinks makes you feel more energized, improving digestion. This reduces the risk of increasing blood sugar.

Apples or nuts
The combination of nutrients in walnuts and apples have the ability to keep your blood sugar level under control after you have eaten.

Fish and wine
An average glass of wine can lower blood sugar levels in some people. In addition, diabetics should drink a glass of wine when eating fish. It has been shown that fish and wine have the ability to lower blood sugar.

Apples, peanut butter and black chocolate
Put a few slices of apple in a bowl. Add peanut butter and melted black chocolate over them. This is the best dessert for diabetics. They do not have to worry about eating anything sweet that will increase their blood sugar.

Greek yogurt and oatmeal
Yogurt is a source of protein, carbohydrates and fats and is perfect for diabetics for breakfast. Mixed with oatmeal, yogurt has the ability to keep blood sugar levels under control and reduces appetite.


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