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5 Foods To Eat Every Single Day For Controlling Diabetes

5 foods to eat every single day for controlling diabetes

A recent study estimated 72.96 million cases of diabetes among adults in India, and this number is significantly higher in the urban population. Due to the heightened levels of glucose in the blood, it is essential to keep blood sugar levels low by opting for a nutritious diet that shuns high-carbohydrate foods, such as bread and rice. Instead, look to these wholesome foods for lending a helping hand in moderating blood sugar levels. If you haven’t added them to your daily diet, here’s why you’ll want to right away:

Leafy Vegetables

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If you remember from your grade school textbooks, you’ll already know that green leafy vegetables are a treasure trove of essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Spinach is one such superfood that is a low-glycemic index food, which means that it has little to no effect on blood sugar levels and is also low on carbohydrates. The high antioxidant content of kale also makes it an essential addition to the diabetes diet.


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Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, fish is an important superfood for those dealing with diabetes. From salmon to tuna, fishes contain a high amount of both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats. Diabetics are often considered to have a higher chance of heart disease, and adequate consumption of these fats can keep heart ailments at bay.

Whole Grains

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You’ve often heard diabetes patients being advised to switch of brown rice instead of its white counterpart, and for a good reason. The process of extracting white rice steals its nutritious properties and leaves it with just the starch content. When left intact, brown rice can provide digestive enzymes that slow down the process of releasing sugar into the blood. Other recommended grains include quinoa, rye and whole-grain bread.

Citrus Fruits

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Oranges, lemons and grapefruits — the world of citrus fruits offers multiple options that are packed with antioxidants. As a rich source of fibre, citrus fruits like orange release blood sugar at a much slower rate and keep blood glucose levels stable for a longer period of time. As a bonus, they can also help satisfy your sweet tooth.

Kaishore Guggulu
An ancient formulation with its roots in the wisdom of Ayurveda, kaishore guggulu boasts of anti-biotic, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. This is what makes it a helpful option for treating boils and carbuncles in diabetic people by promoting the natural healing of wounds.

The many benefits of kaishore guggulu are available in Pure Cure + Co.’s Blood Sugar Support. Co-founder Dr Arun says, “This Ayurvedic formula improves the natural production of insulin, supports efficient blood glucose metabolism. In addition to correcting insulin resistance at a cellular level, it also regulates blood sugar levels and reduces other symptoms of diabetes.” To make the most of its benefits, opt for 1-2 tablets, twice daily after meals with warm water. You’ll find that it is most effective when taken in combination with timely meals and regular exercise as well as reduced intake of sugar, tinned foods and cool drinks.




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