I did not have many carbs at dinner and noticed on my tracker that I had not met my protein for the day. Two problems: I was at my daily limit of fat but my after dinner glucose check was 65! Even though it wouldn't be the end of the world if I missed my goal a little, I wanted to be creative instead. My solution: I cut up a medium nectarine into a one cup serving of fat free greek yogurt and topped it with some cinnamon! Instantly fixed my protein deficit/sugar crisis, and I met my goal.
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Cherries are als foods that lower blood sugar.Avocado contains fiber to help slow down blood sugar increases when added to a meal.Eat small slices of avocado through the day to balance blood sugar. Sweet Potatoes will digest slowly. Sweet Potatoes have positive affect on insulin.Cinnamon has magnesium, which also helps in controlling blood sugar. Cinnamon can help lower your blood sugar. Cinnamon is one of the best things a diabetic can eat to control blood sugar, try some cinnamon stick coffee
cinnamon on apples or baked apples, just try some! Cinnamon can help lower your blood sugar, a cinnamon pill a day for three weeks should show some results. It did for me.
Diuretics used for high blood pressure, water pills, can also raise blood sugar levels if you have diabetes. Some anti-depressants may raise or lower blood sugar.Your blood sugar rises as your body works to fight off an illness. Drink water and other fluids to stay hydrated.Decongestants that contain pseudoephedrine & phenylephrine can raise blood sugar. Cold medicines also sometimes contain sugar or alcohol. Use products that are sugar-free and alcohol-free, Diabetic Tussin @ Walmart for cough
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