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A diet plan that contains fresh vegetables and fruits, lean protein, as well as whole grains can help a diabetic to lead a long and healthy life, as it will help control blood glucose and weight. There are some foods you can include in your diet that will help improve your quality of life. Most of these may already be a part of your diet. So, all you’ll need to do is prepare the right servings and build the rest of your diet around these for optimal nutrition levels. This means that you don’t have to go hunting for exotic ingredients or visit specialty stores to make good, tasty food that poses minimal or no health risk.

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Fruits such a blueberries, raspberries, cranberries, red grapefruit, apples, and melon are very good for diabetic patients due to their antioxidant, immunity increasing, cholesterol reducing, fiber rich, and inflammation-fighting properties. Tomatoes are also an incredible source of nutrients and antioxidants, so they are suitable for diabetic patients. Red onions, asparagus, spinach, beans, and carrots are also considered to be crucial ingredients of a diabetic’s diet.

Another important ingredient for diabetic patients is fish. Fish is an incredible addition to your diet, especially fish that are rich in omega 3, such as tuna, mackerel, herring, sardines, trout, and salmon. Omega 3 has the additional benefits of reducing blood clot risks, reducing blood pressure, and inflammation. Nuts are also good sources of fiber, flavonoids, protein, and vitamin E. Eating them in moderation and avoiding the salt, sugar, or chocolate covered varieties can have huge health benefits for patients suffering from diabetes. Foods such as oatmeal, flaxseed, soy, yoghurt, and tea are also very helpful and welcome additions to a diabetic’s diet.

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