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10 Foods to Lower Blood Sugar Level (Diabetes)
Food should be controlled by diabetic person to keep their blood sugar levels stable. In addition to diet, regular exercise, adequate rest and less stress are necessary steps to control blood sugar.
Well, here are some foods recommended to lower blood sugar levels:
1. Bitter Melon (Bitter Gourd)
Bitter Melon (Bitter Gourd) is commonly used as food and medicine in Asian cultures. Consuming this vegetable can lower blood sugar. Because of the bitter taste, bitter melon is better to be served cooked with spices or other vegetables.
It has long known that its leaves and fruits are good for the health. It is probably due to its phytochemical nutrients such as saponins, flavonoids, polyphenols, glycosides, cucurbitacin, momordicin, trichosanat acid, and charatin. In addition, bitter melon contains fiber, vitamins A & C, calcium, phosphorus, and iron.
Nutrients of bitter melon are mainly use to increase appetite, smooth digestion system and lowers blood sugar levels.
Doctors in India have long used it to overcome diabetes mellitus because it has strong hypoglycemic properties.
When the fruit extract is given to people with diabetes regularly for 2 weeks, it shows that their blood glucose levels dropped significantly. This benefit is probably due to sulfonylurea compounds normally present in diabetes drugs and also because of its sterol glycosides
Bitter gourd should not be given to children because it can lower their sugar levels. Those who tend to have a low blood sugar levels is also forbidden to eat them. Likewise, pregnant women are not allowed to consume as it may cause miscarriage.
Grains can reduce the risk of diabetes and help improve fasting blood sugar. The US Dietary Guidelines recommend the consumption of 3-5 servings of grains per day for adults. Good grain example is wheat seeds which especially rich in beta-glucan.
Garlic has active ingredients such as allyl propyl disulphide (APDS) and diallyldisul-phide oxide (allicin). When combined with the flavonoids, it will play an important role in lowering glucose levels. Allicin can be combined with vitamin B1 (thiamine) to stimulate pancreas to release insulin.
A study published in Diabetes Care in 2003 found that taking 1 gram of cinnamon for 40 days help to improve fasting blood glucose. Cinnamon can help you use less sugar in dishes (including coffee) as it will add natural flavor, as well as the antioxidants level.
Oatmeal also contains beta-glucan fiber shown to help stabilize blood sugar. Oatmeal provides additional benefits for those with diabetes or pre-diabetes, also reduce the level of LDL cholesterol and help you lose weight. A serving of oatmeal in the morning is an easy way to incorporate wheat into daily intake.
Spinach is rich in magnesium which can help control blood sugar levels by regulating insulin secretion and glucose utilization in the body. Incidentally, people with type 2 diabetes often have low levels of serum magnesium. Spinach also contains other important nutrients, such as beta-carotene, lutein, folic acid, vitamin K, magnesium, manganese, calcium, and potassium.
Post time: Sep-16-2017