Diabetic foods that help you balance the sugar level and blood pressure

24-Apr-2017 | Zion Market Research

Regular diet plan of the diabetic patient plays an important role in maintaining the required levels of glucose in the blood. Skipping processed whole foods are considered as best foods for the diabetic. Including power foods such as fruits and vegetable into the diet helps to reduce the risk of diabetes impediment such as heart disease. You shouldn’t totally rely on these power foods as these can be consumed as supplementary diet along with regular diabetes mean plan.


Consumption of avocados improve the cholesterol levels and reduces the risk of the heart disease. It has been reported that high intake of good fats that is present in the avocado reduces the development chances of type 2 diabetes.


Researchers came to a conclusion that consuming a cup of legumes on daily basis results in better blood sugar control and also lessens blood pressure. In addition, intake of these beans and legumes that contain essential fibers may also help to lower the risk of stroke.


Carrots can be eaten raw or cooked that also adds a healthy element to any meal plan. Cooked carrots offer a rich texture like starchy vegetables. Carrots are a rich source of vitamin A which is essential for better immune function and good vision. If 1-cup of raw carrots is consumed, it provides 5 grams of carbs to our body. Beta-carotene present in carrot reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.


Fish is one of the rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids specifically present in salmon, halibut, sardines, tuna, and many other. Omega-3 also decreases the growth of atherosclerotic plaque, drops blood pressure, and limits inflammation.

Flax seeds

Flaxseed is an excellent source of antioxidants and lignans that have shown some excellent in preventing cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Flax seeds effectively lower the hemoglobin AIC in type 2 diabetes patients. Flax seeds also appreciably reduce total and LDL (which is a bad cholesterol).

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Intake of mix nuts in proportional quantity on daily basis declines the blood sugar levels and bad cholesterol. It also has healthy substances such as plant steroids, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, and L-arginin which makes the artery walls more strong and flexible that decrease the chances of blood clotting.

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