10 Super ingredients to have in your kitchen all the time that will help keep your blood sugar balanced
They help improve insulin sensitivity and make you feel fuller for longer so you don't overeat. Studies have shown they help lower the risk of metabolic syndrome. Try making an avocado chocolate mousse with a tiny bit of xylitol as sweetener, two avos, a drop of vanilla essence and cocoa powder.
Protein does't impact blood sugar
levels and fish is particularly low in unhealthy fats, while some fish contain healthy fats that make you feel fuller for longer. The best choices are tuna, salmon, trout, halibut and mackarel.
Garlic and onions
Garlic helps manage blood sugar by lowering fasting blood glucose (blood sugar levels when you haven't eaten). Similar studies also suggest that onions have positive effects on blood sugar levels. Add them to your meals, use them as garnishes and even to make spreads and salad dressings.
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Sour cherries, blueberries and blackberries
If you're watching your blood sugar levels, I bet the one thing you're missing most is fruit. Well, there are fruits you can eat in moderation without stressing about your sugar levels - sour cherries, blueberries and blackberries. They contain a chemical called anthocyanin that helps protect against diabetes
High in fibre and nutrients like magnesium and vitamins, leafy greens can help lower blood sugar. Try delicious recipes containing spinach, lettuce, collards, turnip greens, kale and Swiss chard.
They're high in fibre and they're one of the richest sources by gram of omega-3, magnesium, calcium, manganese and other important nutrients. Find out more about them here.
All nuts, but especially almonds, have been shown to reduce blood sugar levels when eaten in moderation daily. They're high in fibre and low on the G.I. table. Add them to your salad or snack on themto kill those mid-afternoon munchies.
There you go, 10 foods that you don't have to stress
about when it comes to your blood sugar. Refreshing aren't they?