6. Dark Chocolate
Dark chocolate is enriched with flavonoids that are helpful in reducing insulin resistance, dropping insulin levels, improving insulin sensitivity, and suppressing carvings.
According to a research study from University of Copenhagen (2008), it was found that individuals who consumed dark chocolate felt less hungry as compared to those individuals who ate white chocolates.
Flavonoids can also reduce stroke risk, heart attack risk and high blood pressure.
Raspberries are high in fiber, Vitamin C, carbs and powerful antioxidants which are useful against diabetes.
These berries have low Glycemic Index GI and their antioxidants safeguard your body against free radical damage.
Flaxseed contains omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, antioxidants and fiber. You can easily find it in any local store.
Diabetics can add flaxseed in smoothies and shakes.