Blood-sugar-lowering diet: Get enough fiber (30-38g for men, 21-25g for women) from non-starchy veggies like broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus.
Raspberries: low sugar impact, high fiber content (8g per cup) keeps blood sugar steady. Nutritious and delicious!
"Trendy avocado: high fiber & heart-healthy fats, preventing glucose spikes. A nutritious plant-based source of monounsaturated fatty acids."
Nuts stabilize blood sugar levels, aiding glucose control. Almonds benefited type 2 diabetics. Grab a handful for steady glucose response.
Beans: rich in complex carbs, fiber & protein. Slow blood sugar rise for sustained energy. ½ cup = 7g protein, 8g fiber. Avoid afternoon slump!
Choose wisely: Cold cereal = refined grains & sugar, raises glucose. Oatmeal = stable blood sugar champ, ideal for diabetes.
AHA advises eating fish twice weekly to cut heart disease risk. Important for blood sugar, choose lean protein like shrimp or omega-3 fish.
Build a blood-sugar-focused plate: carbs for energy, protein & fat for stability. Olive oil lowers A1C & blood sugar, reducing diabetes risk.