Knowing the best meals for diabetics will help you manage your condition and reduce hazards.
Quinoa's fiber and protein make you fuller and manage blood sugar.
Beans' plant protein and soluble fiber improve satiety and control blood sugar.
It appears that beta-glucan in oats may help prevent diabetes.
Compared to pretzels and potato chips, roasted and seasoned chickpeas are a high-fiber, low-carb snack.
Diabetics don't have to give up rice. Because of its fiber, Anziani prefers wild rice.
Despite being starchy, sweet potatoes are high in beta-carotene, which is transformed into vitamin A.
Anziani advises hummus for veggies or low-carb crackers instead of big amounts of high-fat cheese or mayo.