Foods That Won't Raise Blood Sugar  

You've probably heard dark leafy vegetables are healthy. Their vitamins A, C, and K and minerals iron and calcium are abundant. 

They have low carbs and high fiber, which helps manage blood sugar. Try adding kale to a bean-and-veggie salad or soup. Spinach or arugula adds crispness to savory sandwiches.

Spices with hypoglycemic properties reduce blood sugar. Therefore, adding some of these spices to meals may help regulate blood sugar.

Like dark leafy greens, non-starchy veggies are fiber-rich, low-carb, and blood-sugar-friendly. They won't raise blood sugar because they're fiber-rich and nonstarchy.

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Low-glycemic fruits are tasty without raising blood sugar. Most fruits have a low glycemic index due to sugar and fiber.

Whole grains, such as brown rice, quinoa, amaranth, oats, and whole-grain bread, have a low glycemic index due to their unrefined germ and bran, which provide fiber and slow sugar release.

Oats are a particularly effective whole grain for improving glycemic control and insulin sensitivity.

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