EAT THIS, NOT THAT
Both offer taste and texture to a salad or sandwich, but avocado
is rich in health-boosting unsaturated fats, whereas cheese has
saturated fats associated with insulin resistance.
When it comes to diabetes, butter—which is almost all saturated
fat—is not back. Sauté vegetables and other foods in olive oil or
non-GMO canola oil instead, and swap out 4 tablespoons of butter
for 3 tablespoons of oil in baking.
not white rice
Barley is a superstar grain that's rich in beta-glucan, a fiber that
helps your body use insulin better.
Oats also provide beta-glucan, which helps you use insulin and
Some studies suggest that this sweet spice improves glucose levels
in people with type 2 diabetes. In fact, include lots of herbs and
spices in your diet. Like other plants, they contain a treasure trove
of disease-fighting phytochemicals.
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