Beans – Whether you prefer kidney, pinto, navy or black beans, you can’t find better nutrition than that provided by beans. I recommend including them in your diet to prevent diabetes, as well. Neha Sewani, dietician at Truweight, shares some super foods that will help you manage diabetes better. Even the American Diabetes Association says a low-fat vegan diet will help improve glucose control and heart health. Because they are inexpensive, versatile, and have a long shelf life, beans are a great addition to any meal. Studies show that people with diabetes tend to have lower levels of vitamin C in their bodies, so antioxidant-packed citrus fruit is a great snack choice. Salmon plus other types of oily fish like sardines, mackerel and (the dark part of) tuna contain lots of omega-3 fats.
These healthy fats protect against heart disease (a key concern when you have diabetes), according to the Harvard School of Public Health. Other than the above mentioned food list, you can