13 Blood Sugar Friendly Foods

Did you know that around 12 to 14% of the US population has diabetes, while about 38% have pre diabetes? This means that almost 50% of the population is pre diabetic. Hey there viewers and welcome back to bestie!

To naturally level out blood sugar, a combination of the right diet, regular exercise and staying hydrated can work wonders. Do you know what happens to your body if you don’t keep track of your blood sugar levels? It can cause some serious harm to the kidneys, heart disease and even eye damage. Diet plays an essential role in managing and regulating diabetes. A diet rich in fiber and low in carbs is ideal. Which foods are these?

Whole Wheat? Sweet potatoes? Yogurt? Today we are discussing foods that regulate blood glucose naturally.

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Intro – 0:00
Barley – 00:54
Banana – 01:36
Nuts – 02:10
Whole wheat – 02:38
Yams or Sweet Potatoes – 03:18
Yogurt – 03:54
Garlic – 04:34
Oatmeal – 05:15
Legumes – 05:58
Fenugreek Seeds – 06:36
Bitter Melon – 07:08
Protein Rich Food – 07:40
Gooseberry – 08:14


1. Barley
Kicking off our list with one of the most fiber rich foods, barley is much better than brown rice. Being versatile, it is one of the most eaten grains in America.

2. Banana
Bananas are one of the most loved fruits among fitness enthusiasts, especially as a pre workout snack. But they’re more beneficial than that.

3. Nuts
Nuts have numerous health benefits. From minimizing the risk factors of heart disease to regulating blood sugar levels, they are superfoods!

4. Whole Wheat
Fiber helps with insulin sensitivity and whole wheat grains are packed with it, making it an ideal choice among people looking to control their blood sugar.

5. Yams Or Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes for maintaining blood sugar? Yes! With over 400 varieties of sweet potatoes all over the world, they’re one of the most underrated healthy vegetables.

6. Yogurt
Most dairy products have a low glycemic index which makes them an ideal choice for people struggling to keep blood sugar regulated.

7. Garlic
Inefficient insulin production causes blood sugar to go haywire. Garlic is one of the safest foods to eat if blood sugar regulation is what you want.

8. Oatmeal
Oatmeal is one of the cheapest and most widely eaten breakfast foods across the world.

9. Legumes
People who regularly eat legumes like peas, beans and lentils are less likely to develop diabetes.

10. Fenugreek Seeds
Fenugreek seeds are small brown seeds most famous for their medicinal goodness. You can find them in the form of spice, supplement or tea.

11. Bitter Melon
Bitter lemon is not one of the more popular foods but it should be! It’s linked with lowering the body’s blood glucose level.

12. Protein Rich Foods
High protein foods include chicken, fish, meat, soy products and cheese. Eating lean protein that is low in saturated fat will offer the perfect balance for a diabetic friendly meal.

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