4 High Protein Foods For Blood Sugar Control
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🔎 In this video, we’re about to share 4 high-protein foods that will help with blood sugar control.
Eggs are incredibly nutritious and have minimal impact on our own cholesterol, and ultimately blood sugar levels.
A study has shown that eating 1 egg daily can:
Reduce fasting blood sugar by 4.4%
Improve insulin sensitivity
3️⃣ Fatty Fish
Consuming fatty fish as a protein is beneficial for lowering blood sugar. They are categorized as “fatty” because they are a high source of omega-3 fatty acids.
This type of lean protein is also rich in Vitamin D which plays an essential role in blood sugar balance.
Nuts are high in protein and magnesium which can help regular blood sugar.
Consuming almonds daily for 3 months can significantly reduce:
Fasting blood glucose
And post-meal blood glucose
Beans are an amazing source of plant protein and fiber. These two nutrients are essential to:
Assist with digestion
Decrease hunger, and
Control blood glucose post-meal.
01:37 ► Eggs
03:24 ► Fatty Fish
04:58 ► Nuts
07:07 ► Beans
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Nice content with good information i like it
I am a vegetarian and diabetic also. Unfortunately I realise that after consuming kidney beans or chickpeas for dinner my fbs shoots in the morning
Your reporting on eggs seems to be contradictory. You expound on the wonderful nutrient content of eggs and the research that indicates the benefit of eating eggs. You then however say it may be best to only eat two eggs per week. Research now indicates that consumption of 2 eggs daily can be a very beneficial choice for individuals with pre – or diabetic conditions.
Very informative thank you for sharing us God bless!!!
What kind of rice goes best with the beans mentioned in this video presentation? Thank you for this diabetes diet information.
What is fbs
@Jules Ngoni fbs is fasting blood sugar.
Have them during the day do they get a chance to go through the blood stream…
Where did you find this research?
Thank you for sharing this.
2 eggs per week where is enough. I take 5 eggs per day for years.. The best and cheapest protein in the market.
Beans have a lot of protein but are also high in carbohydrates, plus they contain phytates which prevent absorption of certain minerals. Sprouting, soaking or cooking can be helpful, but best to have them in moderation. Wild caught fish such as salmon,tuna & cod, or sprouted nuts / seeds, might be better protein options