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Diabetes Prevention Through A Healthy Diet

Whole grains, like brown rice, quinoa, and whole wheat, should be used instead of processed carbs. 

Whole Grains

Make fruits and veggies the focus of your meals. They have few calories and are full of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. 

Vegetables and Fruits

Keeping control of blood sugar levels requires that you limit the size of your meals. Use smaller plates and avoid portions that are too big to keep from eating too much.

 Portion Sizes

Cut down on sodas, candies, desserts, and other sugary foods and drinks. Choose healthier choices or a small amount of natural sweeteners.

 Limit Sugar 

Choose protein types that are low in fat, like chicken, fish, tofu, and beans. These choices have less of the bad fats that are bad for your heart.

Lean Proteins

Avocados, nuts, and olive oil are all good sources of healthy fats. These fats are good for your general health and give you important nutrients.

Healthy Fats

Drink plenty of water all day long. Water helps keep blood sugar levels steady and helps the body digest food.

Stay Hydrated

Especially if you have prediabetes or insulin resistance, watch how much carbs you eat. Talk to a dietitian about making a specific plan for carbs.

 Carb Intake

Don't skip meals and eat at the same times every day. Regular eating habits can help keep blood sugar levels in check.

Eat Regularly

In addition to a healthy food, you should also be active every day. Exercise can make insulin work better and improve health in general.

 Physical Activity

Getting enough sleep is important for living a good life. Blood sugar and hunger may be affected by not getting enough sleep.

 Enough Sleep

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