Shiny brown flaxseeds hit the diabetes like a bullet and reduces the sugar levels in blood. Flaxseeds are pure fibre, rich in proteins and magnesium and contains healthy fats similar to fish. Magnesium is an essential mineral that prevents diabetes and when all these are together in one thing they make a great combo to fight with diabetes and insulin resistance in the body. Use grounded flaxseeds because they are hard to digest when consumed as a whole. You can sprinkle them on yogurt, in cereals and use them in any dish of your choice for greater health benefits, you can also blend them in smoothies.
13. Milk and Yogurt
Milk and yogurt are loaded with calcium and proteins that also aids in losing weight. Both the foods fight with insulin resistance and prevents diabetes. Fat-free milk or yogurt is ideal for low-fat diet. If you don’t like the taste of skim milk than boil the regular milk twice and remove the cream. Same goes with yogurt. Consume yogurt in breakfast along with lots of berries in it. Drink a glass of milk in afternoon. It will also reduce or prevent inflammation and heart burn.
Nut are high in fibre, proteins, healthy fats and antioxidants that deals greatly with blood sugar levels. Monounsaturated fats in nuts aids in lowering blood sugar and preventing diabetes. Consume handful of roasted nuts everyday as a snack to fight off many diseases. You can also add them in cereals, and other dishes of your choice.
The Seeds are also like nuts that contains plenty of nutrients and benefits. Seeds like sunflower, pumpkin, and sesame are loaded with fibre, fats and proteins that all work together to fight with diabetes and to strengthen the heart and other body organs. They also contains natural properties that controls cholesterol. Sautee these seeds in a dry pan without any oil and keep them in your pocket in case of low sugar or odd time hunger.