What Foods Do Not Raise Blood Sugar?

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13 Foods That Won’t Raise Blood Glucose

Part 1 of 15 A healthy diet is essential to reversing prediabetes. There are no foods, herbs, drinks, or supplements that lower blood sugar. Only medication and exercise can. But there are things you can eat and drink that have a low Glycemic Index (GI). This means these foods won’t raise your blood sugar and may help you avoid a blood sugar spike. In addition to diet changes, staying or becoming active is also important. Learn which foods you can add to your diet plan. You may be able to prevent prediabetes or type 2 diabetes by adding more of these foods, spices, and drinks into your diet. Eat them as healthy alternatives to sugar, high GI carbohydrates, or other treats. Want more info like this? Sign up for our diabetes newsletter and get resources delivered right to your inbox » Part 2 of 15 Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) are important components of a healthy blood sugar eating plan. They can improve insulin sensitivity. They can also help increase feelings of satiety, and have a healthy impact on blood pressure and inflammation. MUFAs are a key nutrient in avocados. Studies have shown avocados can lower the risk of metabolic synd Continue reading >>

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  1. nana3times

    what fruits do you find to raise your blood sugar

    I love fruits and need to know which fruits are not good for you. Any input will help. I love fruits and fresh veggies so much I could live off of them. Also I need more protein in my diet what is the best source…whatg about the protein drinks and bars?

  2. Sly Kitty

    I find a small apple is perfect, but pineapples are very high in sugar. Watermelon and cantalopes are good, but bananas are not because they are a fruit with less water content. A small apple has the right amount of carbs for a snack eat the whole apple because the skin is good for you as well supplying you with added fiber. Berries are excellent, but portion is key. I eat a handful and that is it. For protein you could have a tablespoon of peanut butter spread on slices of apples as that is what I often have as a snack.

  3. jeffrey9127

    Bananas raise my BS levels. Apples and oranges seem to be fruits that do not cause me a problem.

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