The blood sugar drops with these 5 foods

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  1. Bloods777

    Bloods777 New Member

    Fish: Fresh fish is delicious - and filling. The high protein content and the contained amino acids ensure that we feel full for longer after a fish dish. It also only increases the blood sugar moderately. Sea fish such as salmon, herring and mackerel are ideal, but also lean fish such as trout and cod. If the fish is steamed, it contains less fat.
    Green leafy vegetables: spinach, kale, chard and lettuce are low in calories and have little carbohydrates. Instead, green vegetables score with a high content of vitamin C, magnesium, calcium and fiber. These indigestible plant fibers cause the carbohydrates from the food to pass into the blood more slowly. The effect: the blood sugar rises less after the meal and the feeling of satiety lasts longer.
    Cinnamon : Chai tea, strudel, rice pudding or gingerbread: Many dishes are unthinkable without cinnamon. Unthinkable. The powdered bark of the tropical cinnamon tree can refine much more than drinks and desserts: cinnamon is a recognized natural remedy. It can facilitate the absorption of sugar in the cells and thus help to lower blood sugar levels. This effect was discovered by chance: Scientists wanted to test the effect of various foods on blood sugar levels, including a piece of apple strudel with cinnamon. To her astonishment, the blood sugar rose less than after eating an apple strudel without cinnamon. In a subsequent study with people with type 2 diabetes, cinnamon actually showed hypoglycemic properties.
    Garlic: Garlic is an integral part of Mediterranean cuisine. It can help lower bad LDL cholesterol and can reduce the risk of heart disease in people with type 2 diabetes. Garlic has an anti-inflammatory effect - and is one of the best blood sugar-lowering foods.
    Olive oil: Olive oil is rich in antioxidants and contains more than 70 percent monounsaturated fatty acids. These can protect our blood vessels by lowering the harmful LDL cholesterol that is responsible for the deposits in the blood vessels. A large study with type 1 diabetics has also shown that the vegetable oil ensures that the blood sugar level rises less after eating. (aponet)
  2. Gpsos

    Gpsos New Member

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