9. Fish, especially salmon
Salmon is enriched with omega-3 fatty acids that can greatly control blood pressure, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. It also contains selenium and vitamin D for keeping your bones, nails, hair and skin healthy.
Other fishes such as halibut, mackerel, tuna, herring, and sardines are also full of nutrients.
Diabetic patients are recommended to add fish in their regular diet.
Turmeric is the most commonly used spice in different foods because of its several advantages. It helps in lowering blood sugar and also increases insulin sensitivity. Its active ingredient is Curcumin that regulates fats metabolism in body.
Turmeric directly works on muscle cells, fat cells, kidney cells, and pancreatic cells and thus controls the risk of inflammation, interleukin-6 and cancer.
11. Coconut oil
Cells are termed as insulin resistant when they decline to react to insulin and stops absorbing glucose. Insulin resistance ultimately causes type II diabetes.
Medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA) are present in coconut oil that can balance insulin reaction within cells and also stimulate healthy digestion.