Written by Robert J. Matthews
Tomatoes are rich in the potent antioxidant lycopene and low in carbohydrates.
Adopt their lively flavor as part of a diabetes-aware diet.
Turkey, chicken, and lean beef cuts are protein-dense alternatives that do not contain undesirable carbohydrates.
They make a delicious, blood sugar-friendly entrée when grilled.
Replace conventional potatoes with sweet potatoes.
They are nutrient-dense and slow-burning carbohydrates that do not cause a blood sugar increase.
In addition to being a tasty addition to meals, cinnamon has been associated with enhanced insulin sensitivity.