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Silent killer diabetes is also a killjoy for ‘always hungry’ folks! While this health condition is a permanent one, you don’t always need to crush your hunger pangs. The good news is, high blood pressure can be managed well by eating right.
This may make you think that your snacking options have slimmed down, but we got you! Health experts also advise diabetics to have small meals rather than big ones. This means you get the chance to frequent snacking.
But, choosing food that doesn’t cause fluctuations in your blood sugar levels is crucial. Therefore, we found 3 yummy snack options that can help keep blood glucose levels under control whenever you feel peckish.
Paneer lovers, rejoice! A study by the National Institute of Health claims that the participants who ate 25 grams of cottage cheese with 50 grams of sugar had 38 percent lower blood sugar than those who consumed just the sugar.
In accordance with this study, this lip-smacking paneer tikka is your go-to deal without caring much about diabetes!
There are times when you want a homemade and healthy snack without turning your stove on. The fiber in whole-grain crackers and fat in cheese will water the flames of hunger without spiking your diabetes level. A study by the National Institute of Health claims that the fat in cheese may reduce your insulin levels. It can also promote the release of sugar lowering hormones like GLP-1.
If you’re someone who’s a noob in the culinary department, this cheese and cracker sandwich recipe is for you.
If you’re a diabetic with a sweet tooth, that’s a punishment in itself. Many people with high sugar assume that they need to turn their backs to everyone eating a gulab jamun. But, we have a way out! This sweet delicacy is ‘out of this world’ yummy, sweet and healthy too. According to a study by the National Institute of Health, including chia seeds in your diet may help lower blood sugar levels and reduce blood pressure.
Made with chia seeds loaded with fiber, Omega-3 and protein, this pudding is perfect for that after dinner sweet need.
Having diabetes doesn’t mean the end of treats and snacks. If you see your family indulging in mid-day cravings, tease them back with these delish and healthy snacks. And, don’t forget to get your sweet revenge on them by swatting their hands off it. You can thank us later!