Diabetes | Top 7 Seafood for Diabetic | Diabetes Food


Diabetes | Top 7 Seafood for Diabetic | Diabetes Food

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The 7 best seafood for diabetics
1. Salmon for Omega-3s
Salmon is often at the top of the recommended list because it is high in omega-3 fatty acids, "healthy" fats that can boost your heart, skin, brain and more. As with most fish, you have a number of options for healthy cooking with diabetes, including poaching, roasting, and baking in the oven at 350 to 400 degrees.

2. Trout for fatty acids
If you know someone who is fishing, we hope you are treated to fresh or low trout. Rainbow trout is one of those that have high levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Try baking or roasting the trout with seasoning without salt or some citrus juice. The challenge for people who are learning to cook seafood is not oversalt, especially since you want to aim less than the American Heart Association approved 2,300 milligrams (mg) of salt per day, or 1,500 mg if you have high blood pressure. Each variety of fish has unique flavors, so it should be easy to make salt-free meals with just a touch of tasty herbs.

3. Shrimp for calorie control
Because shrimp contains relatively high amounts of cholesterol compared to other types of seafood, many people with diabetes who are also trying to avoid high cholesterol could skip it. But eating a healthy serving of shrimp once a week or once every two weeks will not hurt your heart or diabetes diet, especially if your overall diet is low in fat.

4. Sardines for Flavor
Canned sardines are a healthy choice when you have diabetes. They are inexpensive and tasty on their own – with varieties available, including mustard dill and hot pepper – or added to other dishes. Sardines are very high in calcium and vitamin D as well as omega-3 fatty acids. This makes them an excellent meal to include as part of your diabetes diet and your bone health program as long as you read the labels to find brands with low salt content. They have a lot of flavor that you can use in moderation as a flavor in other dishes like soups and stews.

5. Tilapia for Proteins
Tilapia is a low-fat, high-protein fish that is fairly easy to find as a fresh, frozen fillet, and is even easier to prepare. Tilapia fillets are often thin, so they cook easily in this way. A healthy preparation method when you have diabetes is to use a good nonstick skillet with a little cooking spray and maybe a touch of white wine or broth. Serve steaks with a few healthy sides, such as steamed or roasted vegetables and brown rice or a whole wheat roll.

6. Grilled codfish
Cod is a white fish, but makes a slightly firmer steak that can withstand more aggressive cooking methods such as grilling, as well as a more daring seasoning. Consider marinating cod before cooking, giving it time to absorb flavors. But pay attention to the ingredients in any marinade purchased in the store, and omit the highs in salt or sugar.

7. Other seafood for portion control
The challenge of having to work to get the meat out of succulent crustaceans like crab and lobster shells makes it difficult to overindulge on seafood in your diabetes diet. In addition, seafood is simple and healthy to prepare. Try a laurel leaf seasoning in the cooking water for extra flavor instead of salting the cooking liquid and do not let diabetes avoid being creative: use cooked seafood in cold pasta recipes, pasta, rice and soups .

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