5 Best Foods for Diabetes


5 best foods for diabetes

If you have diabetes, you need to control your blood glucose level. You must choose foods carefully to maintain the normal level of blood glucose in the body. Some foods are rich in carbohydrates, you should avoid them. Some foods are high in fat, you should also avoid them, because some fats, such as saturated fats, can cause serious harmful effects in the body, such as heart disease. Let's find out what is the best food for people with diabetes:
1) Integral Rice:
Brown rice does not increase the blood glucose level. It's because of the high fiber content. Fiber decreases the burst of glucose in the bloodstream.
2) Fruits:
Fruits are rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber. Most fruits are low in fat and sodium. It also contains carbohydrates, you must choose carefully to maintain the daily requirement of carbohydrates. Always choose fresh fruits on canned fruits. Apples are low in sugar and do not increase blood sugar. The berries are also low in sugar. You can choose berries. but remember that what works for one diabetic may not work for another. You need to find what fruits are best suited for you.
3) Vegetables:
Vegetables are good for diabetics because of their fiber content. You have to choose the vegetables carefully. Try to avoid canned vegetables that contain lots of sodium. Choose fresh vegetables over canned vegetables.
4) Protein:
The protein is good for diabetics. The American Diabetes Association suggested taking fish and shellfish, chicken, beans, nuts, eggs and low-fat dairy products. Try to avoid fried meats, fried fish.
5) Dairy:
Low-fat milk is good for diabetics. Always try to choose skim milk, low fat yogurt. Avoid whole milk and regular yogurt.

The combination of diet, exercise and medications can help you control your blood sugar in the body. Choose carefully the best foods for your diet plan.

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