Avo toast fan? Avocados are naturally strong in fiber and healthy fats that are good for your heart and blood sugar, making them a great snack.
Another snack using whole-grain bread, toasted or untoasted. Make sure to use 100% whole-grain bread with at least 2 grams of fiber per slice—look for "whole grain" as the first ingredient.
Make energy bites with nut butter next time. Numerous studies have connected nuts' protein, fat, and fiber to lower fasting blood sugar and blood sugar control.
Cartlidge recommends Greek yogurt for diabetics since it has twice the protein and half the carbs of normal yogurt.
Diabetics benefit from legumes like chickpeas, which are used to make hummus.
Why cheese, though? It does contain protein, some fat and little to no carbohydrates, but even more importantly.