Diabetic and want to stabilize your blood sugar levels?

Rule no #1- Clock your body. Make sure you eat your meals on time

Rule no #2- Eat small and frequent meals. Avoid long gaps

Rule no #3- Avoid food with high glycemic index and add more fibre and protein in your diet

Rule no #4- Exercise daily. 15 mins post meals ( after breakfast, lunch and dinner)walk for 10 mins

Rule no #5- Cut off sugar completely from your diet. Include magic leaf Stevia instead

Foods to be Avoided-

  1. Avoid refined carbs such as maida, processed foods, bakery items, table sugar, breakfast cereals, biscuits
  2. Avoid foods with high glycemic index such as potato, white rice, milk, custard apple, banana, chikoo, pineapple

Foods to be Included-

  1. Green leafy vegetables like spinach, methi, Moringa leaves. Vegetables like broccoli, bhindi, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, mushrooms, bell peppers, bottle guard, bitter guard
  2. Cinnamon and fenugreek have been used in alternative medicine for thousands of years. They have both been linked to blood sugar control
  3. Fruits to be included- guava, apple, pear, kiwi, oranges, plum, jamun
  4. Include fibre such as oats, oat bran, flaxseeds, sprouts, salads in your diet
  5. Good quality protein such as pulses, dal’s, eggs, nuts, seeds

Simple dietary changes, such as sticking to a low-carb, high-fiber diet and avoiding added sugars and refined grains, can help you avoid blood sugar spikes.

Exercising regularly, maintaining a healthy weight and drinking plenty of water can also have added benefits to your health beyond helping to control your blood sugar.

Stay healthy and blessed!

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