10 Foods Have Little Impact on Blood Sugar
“Carrots are considered a nonstarchy vegetable, along with options such as broccoli and lettuce,” Ficek says.
If you think living with diabetes means never enjoying a potato without a side of guilt, think again. including sweet potatoes can support healthy blood sugar levels.
Bran Breakfast Cereal
“People hear cereal, and they think carbs” Harris-Pincus says. But that’s not necessarily the case you just have to be smart about which type of breakfast cereal you choose.
Many people assume that all dairy products contain equal amounts of carbohydrate and affect blood sugar but cottage cheese actually contains fewer carbs than yogurt or milk.
Because barley is a grain, it might ring alarms in your head. And it does contain carbs but it also contains soluble fiber — and that’s why it doesn’t have a big effect on blood sugar
Boiled red lentils have a GL of 4, according to the University of Sydney. And like barley, lentils keep your blood sugar response in check because of fiber.
“Strawberries can be the perfect low-calorie solution for someone with a sweet tooth," says Mitzi Dulan, RD
Like strawberries, the sweetness in these berries might make you think there’s no way they’re part of a diabetes-friendly diet.
Yogurt has gotten a bad rap as a source of hidden sugar. While some flavored varieties have sky-high sugar counts, plain yogurt can be a smart choice
Peanuts aren’t usually thought of as the healthiest snack, but they don’t contribute to blood sugar spikes as you might think.
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