On World Diabetes Day we bring you list of Food Products that will keep your Diabetes level under control

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When people are asked a question, if you were to start making changes in your lifestyle, where would you start from? More often than not the answer is food. Healthy food and diet fetches so many benefits along with it. From getting proper nutrition to being full of energy, the benefits are endless. 

When it comes to people with diabetes, the need of a healthy food diet is all the more essential as diabetic people are more prone to heart diseases, they also need to keep extra precautions to keep cholesterol level under check, and most importantly to maintain the blood sugar level under limit.

Here is a list of food products that one can incorporate into their diet:

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin olive oil

Olive oil contains MUFA (Mono-Unsaturated Fatty Acid) which help in increasing the level of Triglyceride and HDL (High Density Protein) also called good cholesterol. If consumed in moderate quantity olive oil helps in reducing the risk of heart related diseases. Additionally, it contains antioxidants which are known to reduce the inflammation.

Greek Yogurt

greek yogurt

Greek Yogurt contains high quantity of calcium, CLA, and probiotics which makes it the best choice for diabetic patients when it comes to dairy products.

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Turmeric not only helps in reducing the inflammation but also decreases the blood sugar level in the body. Diabetic patients are prone to kidney diseases, turmeric is known to help avoid the risk when consumed regularly. Organic turmeric with high Curcumin content is considered to be the best one that should be used.



Cinnamon, since it is full of antioxidants, it is known to keep a check on the blood sugar level along with insulin level especially when it comes to a diabetic person. So now you have another reason to stop people from asking not to put Cinnamon in dishes.

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Who does not like strawberries? If you don’t then read carefully. Strawberries are one of the healthiest fruits (given that you don’t eat too much of it) as it contains huge amount of antioxidants, especially Anthocyanins which are reported to help in lowering the blood pressure, prevent diabetes, improve vision, and much more.



Nuts contains fibres and digestible carbohydrates which are known to not only decrease inflammation, but also keep check on blood sugar levels in the body. Nuts are low in calories, which make them a perfect snack, especially for the diabetic patients as this will not only help the above mentioned problems but also provide ample nutrients which are necessary for the human body.

Green Leafy Vegetable

Leafy Green Vegetables

Green leafy vegetables should be a part of your everyday diet. These vegetables are a source of high nutrition which are essential for the human body. These veggies are full of minerals and vitamins and simultaneously low in calories. Adding these leafy vegetables reduce the risk of cataract and other eye problems as they are loaded with antioxidants, hence should be a staple in a diabetic patient’s diet.



Eggs are one of the best food that one can add to their diet, it is not only one of the healthy food product, but when eaten they make you feel like you are full for hours, hence recommended to be eaten in the morning. Eggs not only decreases the risk of heart related diseases but also helps you in controlling the sugar levels. Additionally, eggs increases HDL and improve the insulin sensitivity of your body.

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Fatty Fish

fatty tuna

Fatty fish is very important for not only the diabetic patients but also for everyone in general. It is one of the few food products which fulfil the body’s need of Omega-3 fatty acid. Omega-3 fatty acids reduces the risk of heart diseases. Salmon, Sardines, Mackerel, and Tuna are some of the fishes that you should eat at least twice a week.

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