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Berries

Who doesn’t love berries? Eating fresh berries like raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries is a healthy way of satisfying those unhealthy cravings.

With a glycemic index below 40, one and a half cups of assorted berries will manage diabetes. These tiny packages of nutrition also contain fructose, which is sugar in its natural form and doesn’t require insulin to stabilize.

This means you will be able to enjoy all the benefits of berries as a topping for oatmeal or as a snack without experiencing blood sugar spikes.

Broccoli


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When it comes to healthy eating choices, broccoli tops the list. Just half a cup of cooked broccoli contains less than 30 calories and just 3 grams of digestible carbs. Adding it to your regular diet in the form of salads, curries, roasted veggies, or healthy sandwiches will replenish you with a good amount of vitamin C and magnesium. They also play a major role in lowering insulin levels and protecting your cells against damage.

Adding it to your regular diet in the form of salads, curries, roasted veggies, or healthy sandwiches will replenish you with a good amount of vitamin C and magnesium.

They also play a major role in lowering insulin levels and protecting your cells against damage.


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