February 20


15 Foods That Keep Blood Sugar Low

By Gabriela

February 20, 2024

Imagine standing in front of the big bedroom mirror and loving what you are seeing, loving the look and feeling amazing. No more blood glucose spikes, feeling full of energy, and feeling ready to take on life.

That thought is amazing, isn’t it? To do that we must consult our doctor, be physically active, and consume the right foods.

Some foods can keep our blood glucose low and help us become leaner at the same time. Here’s a list of these foods.

Read it, remember it, use it, and enjoy life.

8 Foods That Keep Low Blood Glucose

#1 Red Wine

To some, this is music to their eyes, especially because we all know that alcohol is forbidden if we want to get in shape. But, not red wine. Red wine is low-glycemic.

So, a small glass per day might keep our blood glucose levels under control.

#2 Green Tea

This is no surprise to those who take care of their weight, health, and body. Since ancient times green tea has been popular due to its many benefits. Consuming green tea might help us with weight loss and insulin resistance.

#3 Cruciferous Vegetables

Cruciferous vegetables such as radishes, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and peppers are good for us. They can help lower inflammation in the body. Also, they are low in calories, especially broccoli.

#4 Dark Green Leafy Vegetables

Dark leafy greens such as chard, kale, spinach, and baby greens are good for us. Why? Well, because they are rich in fiber, antioxidants, minerals, phytonutrients, and vitamins.

Their high nutrient and low-calorie content makes them perfect to help us achieve those goals when it comes to getting healthier and fitter.

These green vegetables are especially good for blood sugar control.

#5 Seeds and Nuts

Nuts and seeds such as macadamias, sunflower seeds, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, Brazil nuts, pecans, and cashews are the ideal snacks. They can stop our cravings while they keep our waistline slim and blood glucose levels stable.

But bear in mind that we should not eat more than 10 pieces of nuts per day. Less is more, especially when it comes to nuts.

#6 Olive Oil

The olive oil should be something that we should always have at home. It’s high in monounsaturated fats. It’s said that it can help lower the risk of asthma, diabetes, and heart disease.

It is also said that it can help improve insulin resistance, blood glucose levels, and blood lipid levels.

#7 ACV or Apple Cider Vinegar

The apple cider vinegar is a great natural remedy. We can drink it before we eat and before bedtime. It’s said that it can help lower post-meal sugar by around 34 percent and also that it can lower the fasting blood sugar in the morning.

Before we decide to include anything in our diet, it’s best to consult our doctor.

Source: Organifi


  • Gabriela

    Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Health Page, Fitness trainer and instructor has dedicated her career to educating and informing people for over 10 years. As one of the most passionate diabetes advocates, Gabi has worked tirelessly to ensure that those people receive the education and support they need to properly manage their diabetes and achieve their health, fitness and weight loss goals.

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