7-Say no to sugar of any kind.
Sugary and processed foods have high sugar content and can cause insulin levels to spike. Studies show that people who have sugary foods experience about a 22% increase in insulin levels. It’s best to cut back on the carbs and save foods high in sugar for special occasions. This also means skipping the cola and gulping down more water.
6-Eat foods that keep your sugar levels low.
Foods that are low in sugar also help to keep insulin levels in check. They include:
Nuts and seeds (like almonds, pistachios, chia seeds, and flax seeds)
Whole grains (like barley, brown rice, buckwheat, oats, and quinoa)
High fiber fruits (like apples, coconuts, berries, oranges, and pears)
Leafy greens (like spinach, kale, lettuce, and collards)
Sweet potatoes and yams
Meat (like salmon and tuna)
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