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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.

4️⃣ Eggs
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.

2️⃣ Nuts
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

1️⃣ Beans
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.
⏰ Timestamps
01:37 ► Eggs
03:24 ► Fatty Fish
04:58 ► Nuts
07:07 ► Beans
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