5 Healthiest Street Foods For Your Blood Sugar – MUST Watch For Diabetics!

Which quick street foods are actually healthy?
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These are 5 street food options which offer the most blood sugar-balancing benefits.

1) Tandoori chicken is cooked in a tandoor – a clay oven which does not require much oil, this chicken can be prepared for a protein-packed meal on the go, often with less calories and fat than grilled or fried chicken. And Tandoori chicken is also often marinated in yogurt, which can supply a variety of heart-aiding, diabetes-fighting nutrients, including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, riboflavin, and vitamin B12.

2) Authentic street tacos contain fresh, nutritionally-packed ingredients, including lean protein choices, blood sugar-balancing veggies, and heart-aiding herbs and spices. You can find street tacos with grilled chicken breast or fish, both of which supply protein to slow the digestive process. This, in turn, slows the release of glucose into your blood stream.

3) Made with a base of coconut or almond milk, with a variety of fresh tropical fruits, granola, nuts and seeds, and berries, acai smoothie bowls supply diabetes-fighting antioxidants, protein, complex carbohydrates, and fiber. Research shows that the antioxidant plant sterols in acai berries may help keep cholesterol from oxidizing, thus helping reduce the risk of arterial plaque build-up.

4) Pho is a Vietnamese soup that is low in fat and calories, and it contains an array of nutritionally-dense ingredients, like carrots, chili peppers, cilantro, mushrooms, garlic, ginger, green onions, and chicken. It also supplies a large helping of protein, with a large dose of both vitamin A and vitamin C, plus calcium, choline, iron, magnesium and selenium..

5) Ceviche is like a cross between sushi and salsa, and it’s low in fat and calories, but still gives you essential fatty acids and an incredible assortment of diabetes-fighting nutrients. The fresh fish provides heart-aiding omega-3 fatty acids, and the other salsa-like ingredients of ceviche, like chili peppers, red onions, diced tomatoes, bell peppers, and cilantro, supply a range of diabetes-fighting micronutrients, including CAPSAICIN, LYCOPENE, TERPINENE, QUERCETIN, plus vitamins A, C, E, K, and various B vitamins.

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