17 Natural Foods That Control Your Blood Sugar

Eating foods that lower blood glucose level, along with regular exercising, limiting high calorie food and increasing fiber intake will do the trick. Managing blood glucose levels is vital for the normal and healthy functioning of organs like the kidneys, eyes and heart. An apple? Beans? Cherries? Stay tuned to learn more about the best foods that will lower or regulate your blood sugar.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Spinach – 00:46
2. Apple – 01:32
3. Beans – 02:12
4. Quinoa – 02:53
5. Cherry – 03:31
6. Tomato – 04:08
7. Mushroom – 04:47
8. Broccoli – 05:34
9. Carrot – 06:12
10. Lentils – 06:54
11. Brown Rice – 07:34
12. Peas – 08:08
13. Green Beans – 08:43
14. Chia Seeds 09:14
15. Fish – 09:52
16. Garlic – 10:28
17. Chili Peppers – 10:58


1. Spinach
When it comes to healthy foods, spinach tops the list! This leafy green, nutrition packed vegetable has some amazing health benefits, one of them is the ability to lower blood sugar levels. Rich in calcium, folate, iron and high in fiber, this vegetable has no effect on blood glucose. So, it is recommended for people following a strict diabetic diet.

2. Apple
An apple is one of the most delicious and conveniently available fruits to eat. High in Vitamin C and rich with antioxidants, it is the perfect healthy snack for those midday hunger pangs, especially if you are diabetic.

3. Beans
Beans are the superfood of diabetes control. Pinto, blue, navy or kidney, it doesn’t matter what your choice is, just half a cup will provide as much protein as an ounce of meat without all those unhealthy fats. They are plant based proteins that are packed with fiber, antioxidants and essential minerals.

4. Quinoa
Quinoa has skyrocketed to popularity as a healthy superfood. Being a whole grain, it is the perfect choice to control diabetes. Ranking lower in the glycemic index, it is gluten free and rich in amino acids, iron, potassium and antioxidants.

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