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9 foods that won't raise blood glucose

A healthy diet is essential to reversing prediabetes. There are no foods, herbs or drinks that lower blood sugar - only medication and exercise can do this! But there's one thing you should know: some low-GI carbohydrates have more effect on your body than others because they break down slowly in our system so we need fewer carbs overall
Some foods can help you prevent diabetes and heart disease by preventing a blood sugar increase. In addition to diet changes, staying or becoming active is also important for these benefits. Learn which spices may be added as healthy alternatives in place of high-GI carbohydrates such as breads and pastas that are less effective at controlling hunger pangs than other types of food when consumed on an empty stomach.


Polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fats help improve insulin sensitivity, which can lead to a more stable blood sugar level. Monounsaturates like those found in avocados also have other health benefits such as helping with weight loss or cholesterol management- all thanks to their effect on your bodys' cells!

The avocado has been shown to have a protective effect on the body by lowering risk of metabolic syndrome. This is an accumulation of factors that contribute towards diabetes, heart disease and stroke; not just one factor alone!
This means it could help prevent these ailments in people at high-risk for them like those who are overweight or obese with hypertension (high blood pressure).

Tuna, halibut, and fish with omega-3 fatty acids

Protein is a great way to maintain and repair your body. It doesn’t have any negative effects on blood sugar levels, so it won't raise or lower the amount of healthy carbohydrates you eat in one sitting! Protein may also make you feel fuller quicker because proteins keep our metabolism running smoothly without relying solely on breads/rice etc., which can lead people who rely too heavily off these foods feeling hungry again sooner than expected

Fish is a great source of protein. It’s low in unhealthy fats and has been found to have omega-3 fatty acids that may reduce the risk for heart disease, stroke, allergies and asthma according to recent studies by Harvard School of Medicine doctors!
A good option includes Swordfish or Tuna steaks but there are many other types as well including salmon (which often contains more than one kind), trout etcetera so be sure you know what type before cooking it at home!


Garlic is a powerful blood sugar–lowering food that can help manage your diabetes. Reports show garlic supplements have been shown to lower fasting glucose levels and onions are also beneficial in managing high cholesterol as well, so try An Edible Mosaic's delicious spread for an additional twist on dishes like butter or salad dressing!

Leafy greens like spinach, kale, and chard

Leafy greens are high in fiber and nutrients like magnesium. These can help to lower blood sugar levels, which means that leafy-green vegetables may be good for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes symptoms who want an easy way of managing their condition without difficult changes such as dieting! One study found 1 cup per day was associated 14% less risk than just eating .2 cups each time (which equals only one serving!). It's important though not all types of green veggies have these benefits - make sure you're including a wide variety every single day so your body gets the full range it needs from different sources

Chia seeds

Chia seeds are a great addition to recipes because they have the ability to lower LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. Studies show that high chia seed diets can help with weight loss, inflammation reduction (due in part from omega-3s), bone health by providing calcium for strong teeth & bones as well as antioxidants which fight against damage done during free radicals attack on cells within our body's organs including skin tissue! Nutrition Stripped uses this power plant along side cauliflower pizza crust making it low carb yet still filling enough not call out hunger again after eating them together

Blueberries and gojiberries

Blackberries and goji berries are a healthy alternative to other fruit because they won't raise your blood sugar levels as much. These berries have high fiber, which slows down digestion by inhibiting some digestive enzymes in the process of breaking it all down into simple sugars our bodies can use for energy or store as fat if we don’t burn them off with exercise each day - this helps keep things balanced! Anthocyanins also help slow spikes after eating starch-rich meals like breads/pastas etc., making these ingredients perfect options when looking out towards preventing obesity related health problems such as type 2 diabetes