How to Control Diabetes Naturally | Foods to eat | Ayurvedic Good Life


Discovering the best foods to eat when you have diabetes can be difficult.
The main objective is to keep blood sugar levels well controlled.
However, it is also important to eat foods that help prevent the complications of diabetes, such as heart disease.

1. Fatty fish
Fatty fish contain omega-3 fats that reduce inflammation and other risk factors for heart disease and stroke.
2. Leafy greens
Green leafy vegetables are rich in nutrients and antioxidants that protect the health of your heart and eyes.
3. cinnamon
Cinnamon can improve blood sugar control, insulin sensitivity, cholesterol and triglyceride levels in type 2 diabetics.
4 eggs
Eggs improve risk factors for heart disease, promote good blood sugar control, protect eye health and make you feel full.
5. Chia seeds
Chia seeds contain high amounts of fiber, are low in digestible carbohydrates and can lower blood pressure and inflammation.
6. the turmeric
Turmeric contains curcumin, which can reduce blood sugar levels and inflammation, while protecting against heart and kidney diseases.

7. Greek yogurt

Greek yogurt promotes healthy levels of blood sugar, reduces risk factors for heart disease and can help control weight.
8. Walnuts
Nuts are a healthy addition to a diabetic diet. They are low in digestible carbohydrates and help reduce blood sugar, insulin and LDL levels.
9. broccoli
Broccoli is a low calorie and carbohydrate food with a high nutritional value. It is loaded with healthy plant compounds that can protect against various diseases.
10. Extra virgin olive oil
Extra virgin olive oil contains healthy oleic acid. It has benefits for blood pressure and heart health.
11. Flax seed
Flax seeds can reduce inflammation, decrease the risk of heart disease, lower blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity.
12. Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar can improve insulin sensitivity and lower blood sugar levels. It can also help you feel full longer.
13. strawberries
Strawberries are fruits with low sugar content that have strong anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce the risk of heart disease.
14. the garlic
Garlic helps lower blood sugar, inflammation, LDL cholesterol and blood pressure in people with diabetes.
15. Squash
Summer and winter squashes contain beneficial antioxidants and can help lower blood sugar and insulin levels.
16. Shirataki noodles
Glucomannan in shirataki noodles promotes a feeling of fullness and can improve the control of blood glucose and cholesterol levels.

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