Eat Shirataki Noodles and Garlic to Control Diabetes

Eat Shirataki Noodles and Garlic to Control Diabetes

Uncontrolled diabetes means diabetes can make you a victim of many serious diseases. Therefore, it is necessary that steps are taken to control it in time. It is important for you to know that the risk of diabetes can be reduced with a healthy lifestyle and nutritious diet. Today we are going to tell you about some such foods which you can include in your diet to control uncontrolled diabetes. Let's know about them

Leafy green vegetables Leafy green vegetables
are rich in nutrients and antioxidants that protect your heart and eye health. Along with this, they play an important role in diabetes control.

Cinnamon "Cinnamon"
Cinnamon may improve blood sugar control, insulin sensitivity, cholesterol and triglyceride levels in type 2 diabetics.

Eggs "Eggs"
Eggs improve risk factors for heart disease, promote good blood sugar control, protect eye health and keep you feeling full.

Chia seeds "Chia seeds"
Chia seeds contain a high amount of fiber, are low in digestible carbs, due to which it can reduce blood pressure and inflammation.

Turmeric "Turmeric"
Turmeric contains curcumin, which may reduce blood sugar levels and inflammation while protecting against heart and kidney disease.

Greek yogurt "Greek yogurt"
Greek yogurt promotes healthy blood sugar levels, reduces risk factors for heart disease and may help with weight management.

Nuts "Nuts"
Nuts are very beneficial as a diabetic diet. They are low in digestible carbs and help reduce blood sugar, insulin and LDL levels.

Broccoli "Broccoli"
Broccoli is a low-calorie, low-carb food with high nutritional value. It is loaded with healthy plant compounds that can protect against various diseases.

Olive oil "Extra-virgin olive"
Extra-virgin olive oil contains healthy oleic acid. It is beneficial for blood pressure and heart health.

Flaxseeds "Flaxseeds" Flaxseeds
reduce inflammation, heart disease, blood sugar levels as well as improve insulin sensitivity.

Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar may improve insulin sensitivity and lower blood sugar levels. It does not let you feel hungry for a long time.

Strawberries "Strawberries"
Strawberries are low-sugar fruits that have strong anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce the risk of heart disease.

Garlic Garlic
helps reduce blood sugar, inflammation, LDL cholesterol and blood pressure in people with diabetes.

Summer and winter squash Summer and winter squash
contain beneficial antioxidants and may help lower blood sugar and insulin levels.

Shirataki noodles The
glucomannan in shirataki noodles makes you feel full. and may improve blood sugar control and cholesterol levels.

Sesame-peanut laddoos will remove calcium deficiency

Sesame-peanut laddoos will remove calcium deficiency

Take white sesame - one cup, peanut - one cup, almond - half cup, ghee - half cup, brown or powdered sugar two cups, cardamom ground one spoon and fresh cream two tablespoons.
How to make: Roast sesame and peanuts separately on low flame without ghee till they turn golden. Now peel the peanuts and grind them coarsely. Coarsely grind almonds also. Take out a little bit from the roasted sesame seeds and grind them coarsely. Heat ghee in a pan, add almonds first, then peanuts and sesame seeds. Mix this mixture well and switch off the gas. When the mixture remains slightly warm, then add sugar and cardamom powder. Then add cream to it. Now make laddus by applying water on your hands. Wrap the laddus in whole roasted sesame seeds.

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