9 SUPERFOODS Every Diabetic Should Be Eating! - Choice Diets

9 SUPERFOODS Every Diabetic Should Be Eating!

Did you know there are almost 422 million diabetics in the world right now? When it comes to food, being diabetic may appear to be challenging, you may not know what you can or cannot eat. But did you know that there are more foods that a diabetic person can eat than avoid? Not only that, but these foods are flavorful and nutritious, can enhance insulin sensitivity, and, most importantly, don’t cause a blood sugar surge.




That’s right; we’re talking about superfoods.

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Let’s start with this jewel-colored superfood: beetroot.

One beet contains 8 grams of sugar and is abundant in vital nutrients, including B vitamins and minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc.

This root vegetable is nutritious due to its high soluble fiber and folate levels. Regular beetroot consumption can lessen the effects of diabetes on your eyes. High blood sugar levels often cause nerve damage, but thanks to beet’s alpha-lipoic acid levels, your nerves are safeguarded against such issues.

You can safely add legumes to your diet.

Legumes such as beans contain various carbohydrates, resistant starch, nonstarch polysaccharides, and complex sugars known as oligosaccharides. These different carbohydrates are good for gut health and have low glycemic indexes, making them less likely to produce blood sugar spikes.

Looking for something fruity? Try strawberries!

Strawberries are full of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fiber, making these sweet, juicy, and red berries delicious and healthy.

The glycemic index of strawberries is 41. The glycemic index is a scale from zero to one hundred that assesses the number of carbohydrates in food and indicates how rapidly a food raises a person’s blood sugar levels.

Another low-sugar fruit worth considering is oranges.

Fresh oranges with a zesty tang have been called superfoods for their excellent nutritional value. They are frequently eaten as a snack or as fresh juices. However, drinking 100% natural fruit juice and eating whole fruit is different.

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