Diabetes Diet Plan II Diabetes Foods to Eat II Diabetes Plate Method II Blood Sugar Control Tips II Diabetes control tips
List of common non-starchy vegetables:
cabbage, chayote daikon, eggplant, fennel, gourds (bitter melon), greens (collard, kale, mustard), green beans, jicama, kohlrabi, mushrooms, okra, onions, pea pods and sugar snap peas, peppers, rutabaga, summer squash (yellow, zucchini), tomato, turnips, and water chestnuts.
Proteins from animal sources:
Chicken, turkey, and eggs
Fish like salmon, cod, tuna, tilapia, or swordfish
Shellfish like shrimp, scallops, clams, mussels, or lobster
Lean beef cuts such as chuck, round, sirloin, flank, or tenderloin
Lean pork cuts such as center loin chop or tenderloin
Lean deli meats
Cheese and cottage cheese
Plant-based sources of proteins are:
Beans, lentils, hummus, and falafel Nuts and nut butters
Tofu and tempeh
Plant-based meat substitutes
Examples of carbohydrate foods:
Whole grains such as brown rice, bulgur, oats/oatmeal, polenta, popcorn, quinoa, and whole grain products (bread, pasta, tortillas)
Starchy vegetables such as acorn squash, butternut squash, green peas, parsnips, plantain, potato, pumpkin, and sweet potato.
Beans and legumes such as black, kidney, pinto, and garbanzo beans
Fruits and dried fruit
Dairy products like milk, yogurt, and milk substitutes (i.e. soy milk)
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