9 Best Foods To Help Your Insulin Resistance

Is broccoli a good choice? What about beans? Do I really have to drop my favorite meat products? Wait, I haven’t had oatmeal in years! We’re talking all that AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Broccoli – 00:27
Eggs – 01:21
Beans – 01:58
Turkey – 02:44
Salmon – 03:27
Oatmeal – 04:14
Chicken – 05:12
Almonds – 06:05
Olive Oils – 06:49


1. Broccoli
We’re kicking things off with one of the healthier foods you can eat. Seriously, there’s a reason your mom told you to eat it as a kid. If you add broccoli to your daily diet, you are increasing your insulin resistance. This is why it's so popular among people with diabetes.

2. Eggs
When was the last time you ate eggs by themselves? No bacon? No white bread. Just eggs. Not long ago, it wasn’t uncommon to see eggs on a list of foods you should avoid. But now, they’re seen as incredibly beneficial for people with certain health problems. One of them includes diabetes.

3. Beans
Beans are an amazing source of fiber. They will raise your blood sugar levels pretty slowly, rather than having it skyrocket. This is a really huge benefit for people with insulin resistance.

4. Turkey
We’re talking about another high protein meal here, so buckle up. If you’re looking for a meat that can lower your insulin resistance, look no further than the mighty turkey bird.

5. Salmon
If you’re trying to watch your insulin production, make it a basic rule to watch the kinds of meat you’re eating. But the good news is you generally can’t go wrong with fish.

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