Diabetes is a serious complex condition that affects the entire body. The three main types of diabetes are type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes.
While there is no cure for diabetes currently, you can live a normallife by learning how to effectively manage diabetes.
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People with diabetes often have a tough time looking for the ideal diabetic recipe that is not only healthy but also does not compromise on taste. Not only are these diabetic-friendly recipes tasty, they are also easy to make.
This fruity dish can be had for breakfast or just as dessert. Grapefruit ranks low on the glycemic index, and the dish uses mint, a "free food" to add flavour.
This dish is perfect to be had as a quick meal and significantly lower in carbs than most potato recipes. Serve it as a side dish or use it as a base to layer sautéed veggies and lean meat on top. For a boost of fibre and vitamin A, try using swee...
Craving a sweet-and-salty snack? Spicy chilli seasoning is mixed with sweet brown sugar in this diabetes-friendly snack mix that has 8 grams of healthy fats and a whopping 7 grams of protein.
Quinoa pronounced as "kheen-wah" is a seed that is gluten-free and is used like a grain in various dishes. It is considered as a superfood due it's nutritional value and is also low in glycemic index. Hence suitable for diabetics and can also help...
Foxtail millet is high in carbohydrates, rich in fibre and minerals such as copper and iron. Millets release sugars slowly and thus have a low glycemic index making it a super food for a diabetic.
Kakarakaya is also known as bitter gourd. Bitter gourd is one of the vegetables which regulates blood sugar levels. Check out this recipe which is suitable for people who are having diabetes.
Chana dal is one of those lentils that has a low glycemix index and is suitable for people who have diabetics. The high fibre content is also said to reduce the bad cholesterol. It is good to serve with hot steamed rice.
Curry leaves chutney is diabetic friendly recipe can be consumed regularly who are trying to prevent diabetes. Curry leaves are proved to increase metabolism and control blood sugar levels.
The health benefits of oats are more compared to the quick cook oats. Regular rolled oats have a low glycemic index than the quick cook oats. So those who want to include oats for health reasons must favour rolled oats.