5-Adhere to a fractional diet
Instead of eating 3 large meals, divide your meals into 5-6 servings — eat more often but stick to smaller portion sizes with lots of variety. Consuming fewer calories at a time decreases insulin levels, according to studies. Make sure that you eat a balanced meal with adequate proportions of carbs, proteins, and fats.
4-Increase your intake of soluble fiber.
Soluble fiber moves slowly through the digestive tract and gives you a feeling of satiety for a longer time. This keeps those sugar cravings in check and also helps prevent a sudden spike of insulin after meals. High fiber intake is associated with lower levels of insulin resistance in women. Open Next Page To See More>