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The Top 10 Low-Carb Foods for Diabetics

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If you want to keep your blood sugar levels nice and even, it’s crucial that you know which carbs are good for you, and which ones to avoid. So, in this video, we’ll reveal the TOP 10 LOW CARB FOODS FOR DIABETICS.

#10. Meats and Eggs
Meats are all excellent for muscle and cell function and give you a nice source of energy without paying the cost of high carbs.
Meanwhile, eggs are a versatile food that many consider being “nature’s perfect food.” It’s packed with nutrients that can help your eyes and brain. It also has choline that is crucial to building cells in the body and reducing the risk of heart disease and fights inflammation.

#9. Seafood
Seafood is practically zero-carb, and they’re also chock-full of vitamins B12, D, and iodine. The most prevalent nutrient in seafood would be omega-3, which is crucial to brain function and boosting your mood, improving eyesight, and cutting down the risk of heart disease.

#8. Asparagus
Asparagus is a nutritional powerhouse containing fiber, vitamin C, K, folate, and protein. This has a positive impact on cardiovascular health and it’s one of your best allies in fighting diabetes.

#7. Kale
Kale is highly regarded as a low-carb superfood as it's very low in calories and rich in fiber but it’s also high in nutrients, such as vitamins A, B6, C, and K.

#6. Avocado
This low-calorie, low-carb superfood got a ton of health benefits because it’s packed with essential nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, vitamins A, C, K1, B6, folate, niacin, and high-monounsaturated fatty acids . These prevent disease, improve digestion, lower cholesterol, fight cancer, and manage your weight better.

#5. Strawberries
Strawberries are low in carbs, filled with vitamin C, manganese, Vitamin B9, and folate. They’re also packed with plant-based chemicals that control blood sugar and also have antioxidants that reverse cell damage and lower the risk of cancer.

#4. Almonds
Most nuts and seeds are good for low-carb dieters. Almonds increase your antioxidant intake and help with controlling your blood sugar because of their magnesium content. Increasing the intake of this essential mineral improves one's glucose levels and insulin functions.

#3. Greek Yogurt
Also known as strained yogurt, this is an excellent low-carb food that has less sugar and loaded with probiotics which are great for gut health and digestion. Greek yogurt also offers a generous helping of protein which helps build muscle, bones, skin, and other vital organs.

#2. Healthy Oils
Another low-carb option is healthy oils that contain medium-chain fats that fall under the monosaturated category. These types of oils are naturally easier to burn off and will less likely turn into stored fat.

#1. Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate has way less sugar and more nutrients that are excellent for diabetics. Consuming this low-carb treat also helps greatly in reducing inflammation and the risk of heart disease, thanks to a heart-friendly compound called flavanols.

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