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Foods That Stabilizes Blood Sugar

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5 Foods To Balance Blood Sugar

Good health is all about balance, especially when it comes to blood sugar. Eating the proper ratio of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates at every meal keeps blood sugar stable, helps maintain physical and emotion balance, stops food cravings, and sustains energy levels. Balance your blood sugar by eating from the following list regularly, and don’t forget to keep your body hydrated with PLENTY of water each day. You can’t eat enough of these! Look for nutrient-dense options such as kale, spinach, and broccoli, which are loaded with fiber and calcium. Eat them at every meal! Wild caught fish, free-range beef, and eggs are excellent sources of blood stabilizing protein. Eat 4 to 6 ounces at least twice a day for blood sugar balance Grab a handful of almonds or walnuts for a healthy snack that keeps you satisfied and stable. Nuts are a great source of fiber, healthy fat, and protein. Lentils, garbanzo beans, and hummus are high in fiber, low in fat, and a good source of protein, keeping blood sugar nice and steady. Be sure to soak beans overnight, which will ease digestion. To balance blood sugar, avoid foods that spike insulin levels, increase inflammation in the body, and lead to Continue reading >>

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  1. manish0688

    Hi ,
    I am 29 year old male and recently diagnosed with Type 2 . My reading were pretty high and was told that perhaps i had it from last two years. Nevertheless I lost too much weight in past six months and that was one of the reason to visit doctor.I look very thin now and everyone has started noticing the same .
    Is it even possible to gain weight after having diabetes?
    Thanks!

  2. dbr10

    manish0688 said: ↑
    Hi ,
    I am 29 year old male and recently diagnosed with Type 2 . My reading were pretty high and was told that perhaps i had it from last two years. Nevertheless I lost too much weight in past six months and that was one of the reason to visit doctor.I look very thin now and everyone has started noticing the same .
    Is it even possible to gain weight after having diabetes?
    Thanks! I've been struggling to maintain weight on a LCHF diet but I am not underweight. People did notice I'd lost weight, but I think I've adjusted mentally to the 'new' me. So I'm not too bothered now. What is your BMI?

  3. helensaramay

    You say you have just been diagnosed and the reason you went to the Dr was because you had lost weight - it is common to lose weight with undiagnosed diabetes. This is because without insulin (or enough insulin), your body starts to break down your muscles (or is it fat) to get the energy you need.
    Once you get your BG under control, you are likely to see an increase in weight.
    If the weight loss persists, then it may be cause for concern but, for now, concentrate on getting the BG under control and hopefully you will see improvements.

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