High blood sugar is a person with diabetes worst enemy because it often means a trip to the hospital. But, some foods you can eat will not severely raise your blood sugar and give you a scare.
This article covers 15 foods that could help you control your blood sugar, and the options aren’t that bad.
Who doesn’t love it when October comes around and pumpkin season is in full effect? Not only is pumpkin delicious in any form, but it is also low in carbs at only four to twelve grams per 100g of pumpkin.
You can make almost anything out of ripe berries you have just picked from your garden or picked up from the store. They are very low carb, high in antioxidants, and will give you a sweet taste to power you through the rest of your day.
Almonds may not have the same sweet taste as a berry, but they are great in many recipes that call for a tasty crunch. Aside from being very low in carbs, they are also a good source of poly saturated fats.
4. Peanut Butter
When you think about peanut butter, you automatically think about the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. But, if you’re willing to make some sacrifices and substitute the regular jelly for sugar-free, you’ll have a tasty low-carb treat.
5. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Cooking your food with extra virgin olive oil or dusting it over a salad is a great way to control your blood sugar when preparing a large meal. On top of that, you’ll also be getting a good helping of omega-3 fatty acids.
With how sweet cinnamon is, you might think it is terrible for a diabetic diet, but a simple tablespoon added to your oatmeal in the morning can stabilize your blood sugar and provide you with some healthy antioxidants.
7. Tuna Fish
Tunafish is a superfood you should always have in your diet, whether it’s tuna fish salad or