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5 Best Pasta Alternatives For Diabetics

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In this video, we’re going to unveil the five best pasta alternatives that won’t spike your blood sugar so you can keep enjoying those beloved classics while staying healthy!

5. Eggplant Lasagna
Eggplant is low on calories and starch yet high in fiber… This is good for diabetics and prediabetics as it promotes good gut health, and your blood sugar won’t go up even after a hearty meal.

4. Kelp Noodles
Kelp is a kind of seaweed that is packed with a lot of health-boosting nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It is also a great way to get your dose of iodine.

Kelp also keeps your blood sugar to a low GI profile. This helps you avoid skyrocketing your glucose levels like you would with regular pasta which is loaded with gluten.

3. Soba Noodles
Soba is a buckwheat-based noodle that is packed with nutrients. This makes it a better choice over ramen which contains high amounts of sodium and artificial preservatives.

Research also found that soba greatly helps when it comes to managing glucose levels. It is packed with fiber that slows down the rate of burning carbs.

2. Veggie Spaghetti (Carrot, Zucchini, Squash)
Vegetables like carrot, zucchini, and squash make for an excellent pasta alternative. These diabetic-friendly vegetables help stabilize blood sugar levels and are loaded with dietary fiber and nutrients.

Plus, these vegetables rank low on the GI scale, so you won’t have to worry about raising your blood sugar levels.

1. Cabbage Noodles
Not only are cabbage noodles extremely low in carbs, but they’re also rich in over two dozen of vitamins and minerals that help your body function properly.

Its diabetic-friendly GI score of 10 would also give you total confidence that this would not cause a rapid rise in blood sugar levels.

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