7 Diabetic-Friendly Foods

Tomatoes relieve diabetes symptoms raw or cooked. A 2011 study found that diabetics who ate 200 grams (less than one cup) of tomatoes daily had lower blood sugar.

Dark green veggies like spinach and kale help diabetes. its vitamin C content is its main asset. Vitamin C lowers blood sugar and inflammatory indicators, according to 2015 research. 

Beans twice a week can help diabetics, according to the American Diabetes Association. A 2012 JAMA study found that bean eaters had superior glycemic control. 

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Chia seeds are ideal diabetic meals due to their high fiber and low carb content. They provide omega-3 fatty acids, which help diabetes. 

Fatty fish like salmon are high in omega-3s. Their DHA and EPA fatty acids prevent arterial inflammation.

Pumpkin proteins boost serum insulin, lower blood sugar, and improve rats' glucose tolerance.

Ginger and diabetes research is scarce, but promising. Researchers analyzed many clinical studies in Archives of General Internal Medicine in 2018.

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