Diabetes mellitus diet plan: Best nuts to eat to manage blood sugar
Simran Arora, Times Now Digital
Proteins and fibre in peanuts can be beneficial for type-2 diabetes patients. Eat 28-30 raw peanuts every day for best effects on health.
A healthy source of proteins and good fats, this nut is key to satiety. Avoid salted pistachios and eat 30 nuts each day with fruit salad.
One might think that cashews are not diabetes friendly, but they are. Opt for raw kaju instead of the roasted and salted version and eat only a handful for better management of glucose and blood pressure.
Despite the high calorie content, walnuts are considered good for patients with diabetes mellitus due to its omega-3 fatty acids that are associated with a healthier heart and blood sugar levels.
Soaked or as is, almonds are a great way to manage blood sugar in diabetics.
Seeds can also help
Seeds can also support diabetes mellitus management - try eating the following.
Fenugreek, pumpkin and more
Some of the best seeds for diabetes management are chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds and fenugreek seeds.
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