Top 7 Whole Grains For Blood Sugar Control

What are whole grains and why is it good for diabetics?
In this video, we’re going to tell you which whole grains help to reduce inflammation, and why this is important for blood sugar control!
7. Buckwheat
Buckwheat is a fantastic source of protein, fiber, and complex carbs - which means that they give you a longer-lasting form of energy and don’t raise your blood sugar levels as quickly as simple carbs do!

also, this whole grain contains a special diabetes-fighting ingredient that helps by reducing oxidative stress levels and increasing insulin sensitivity.

6. Brown rice
Brown rice is a great source of fiber, antioxidants, and lots of other vitamins and minerals.

It’s particularly high in the antioxidants flavonoids which help to reduce the risk of oxidative stress and other chronic illnesses.

5. Millet
Millets are a low glycemic index food so your body takes longer to break down the carbs in them! This makes your blood sugar levels rise a lot slower than other foods and gives you a slow and sustained release of energy.

4. Rye
Rye is high in soluble fiber that helps to slow the digestion and absorption of carbs and sugar. It also contains special phenolic compounds that slow the release of blood sugar and insulin into your bloodstream.

3. Bulgur
Bulgur contains both soluble and insoluble fiber - these help with digestion, gut health, and weight management. It also contributes to regulating your blood sugar levels.

2. Farro
Farro has high protein and high fiber. Protein is great for helping to stabilize blood sugar levels.

It is also rich in Vitamin E that helps to decrease fasting insulin, glucose levels, and oxidative stress.

1. Quinoa
These seeds are packed with fiber, protein, and many vitamins and minerals. The high levels of fiber and protein in quinoa are fantastic for controlling blood sugar.
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