3 More Mysterious Foods For Lowering Blood Sugar

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Which unconventional foods can have a big impact on your blood sugar?
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Discover even more unique, interesting, and delicious foods to help you fight high glucose levels.

1) Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish is made with fermented vegetables, including cabbage, onions, chili peppers, plus garlic and ginger. And kimchi often contains other nutrient-dense veggies, like cucumber, spinach, beetroot, and eggplant.

2) Kimchi will give you a great dose of blood sugar-balancing nutrients, including folate and iron, vitamins C, K, and several B vitamins. B vitamins aid eye health, improve blood flow, and they can work to prevent the clogging of arteries, thus reducing the risk of heart disease.

3) Okra is an edible green seed pod, and the people of Turkey have utilized it for generations as a natural diabetes therapy.

4) Okra is actually classified as a fruit, and it supplies folate and magnesium, plus vitamins A, B6, C, and K. These nutrients have been shown to increase insulin sensitivity, aid eye health, and improve blood sugar regulation.

5) Flaxseeds come from a flowering plant native to the Middle East, but are now grown for a wide range of purposes all across the world.

6) A tablespoon of flaxseeds contain 2 grams of carbohydrates, but also 2 grams of dietary fiber, which gives them a net carb count of zero. Flaxseeds supply a long list of diabetes-fighting nutrients, including copper, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, selenium, and zinc, plus several beneficial B vitamins.

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