Let's start with a question; do you think your diet can reverse pre-diabetes?
Yes, no? Well, contrary to what you think, a healthy diet can actually help put your blood sugar levels in check.
In other words, there are certain power foods that are can effectively reduce your risk of both pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes.
So what kind of diet are we talking about?
Well, it's none other than a whole food, plant-based diet!
You might not know this but eating such foods can support your blood sugar and provide you with a host of other amazing health benefits.
So yes, besides preventing Type 2 diabetes, eating a healthy plant-based diet can prevent hypoglycemia, hypertension and even obesity.
Just so you know, plant-based foods are chock full of fiber and that's primarily why they're great for your blood sugar.
Without further ado, here are five amazing foods you'll want to add to your diet right now!
First off, seeds are incredible nutritional powerhouses.
And of course, we're referring to the likes of chia, sunflower, pumpkin, flax, hemp, and sesame.
Each of these seeds is loaded with vitamins as well as minerals like iron and magnesium.
In fact, chia seeds alone have up to 24% of your daily magnesium requirements.
What's more, hemp, flax and chia seeds are particularly rich in fiber; just two tablespoons contain 10 to 15 grams!
And finally, just about every healthy seed are chock full of protein.
So yes, they're just what you need to support your blood sugar and keep things in check.
With this in mind, you won't be wrong to start consuming these seeds every other day.
The good news? They're sure to taste great in smoothies, oatmeals, salads, and soups. Just eat and enjoy them!
2. Leafy Greens
Here's the thing; all leafy greens are great for your blood sugar.
Of course, when we say leafy greens, we're talking about spinach, kale, arugula, collards, turnip greens, lettuces, dandelion greens, Swiss chard and more.
It's however important to note that magnesium-rich greens typically pack a nutritional punch that never fails to support your blood sugar.
So of course, if you're looking to consume such greens, you'll want to stick with spinach, kale, romaine, collards and Swiss chard.
Just aim to pack a few servings of these nutritious greens into your day — your blood sugar will thank you!
3. Whole Grains
Yes, our list of power foods can never be complete without whole grains.
Of course, at this point, we're talking about everything from wheat germ to oats to brown rice to quinoa to amaranth to millet and more.
The good thing is, every one of these grains are packed with magnesium.
And even better, you can choose to use them in whatever recipe that tickles your fancy.
In fact, with just oatmeal and quinoa, you can look forward to lowering your blood sugar and staying full throughout the day. Now that's a win-win!
Known as one of the richest sources of magnesium in the world, cacao bean is yet another food that's wonderful for your blood sugar.
Essentially, cacao is a loaded with iron, chromium, protein, and fiber.
As you probably expected, these nutrients and minerals benefit your blood sugar in more ways than one.
And that, of course, is a big part of the plan!
If you're ready to try it out, we'll recommend you get cacao powder and use the same in energy bars, smoothies or any breakfast porridge that holds your fancy.
Last but definitely not the least are almonds.
These nuts are rich in magnesium, protein, and fiber, all of which are excellent for your blood sugar.
It's also good to know that almonds (and every other nut that crosses your mind) are incredibly rich in chromium, a mineral that supports and lower blood sugar.
So yes, right now, you won't be wrong to start munching on your almonds all day!
In fact, just a small handful is sure to go a long way toward supporting your blood sugar levels and keeping you healthy. What more could you ask for?
So there you have it! 5 amazing all-natural foods that can lower your blood sugar and increase your chances of living a super healthy life.
Just so you know, there are still other great foods for your blood sugar out there; legumes, beans, carrots, broccoli and more.
You only have to make your pick and start eating your way to good health!
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