Leafy greens like spinach are good non-starchy vegetables because they contain lutein, an eye-healthy vitamin.
Sulforaphane is found in cruciferous vegetables such kale, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, and cabbage.
Red, green, orange, and yellow bell peppers aren't simply gorgeous salad accents; they're blood sugar-friendly snacks for diabetics.
When they appear on your salad or sandwich, broccoli sprouts may not seem like much, yet they are an anti-inflammatory.
If you enjoy spaghetti and meatballs, replace veggies for grains if you have diabetes.
Eliminating sugar and salt doesn't mean dull, cardboard-like foods.
Kale is a superfood for a reason! Kale can help control blood glucose since it is low in glycemic index and high in fiber, with 16 grams, or 60% of your daily recommended intake, in one cup.