Sweet Potatoes are rich in vitamin A. They are better for your body than regular potatoes because they won’t raise our blood sugar nearly as much.
Any and all kinds of berries are full of antioxidants, vitamins and fiber.
Nuts are healthy in small portions because they contain good fats such as Omega 3 fatty acids.
Fat-free milk and yogurt are rich in protein and calcium, which your body needs.
Whole grains such as breads and oatmeal are high in fiber and contain magnesium, chromium and omega 3 fatty acids.
Fish is a great source of protein and rich in omega-3 fatty acids that help keep your arteries clear.
All forms of tomatoes (raw, puree, sauce) are rich in vitamin C, iron and vitamin E.
Citrus fruits such as grapefruits, oranges and lemons are rich in vitamin C.
Beans are a great source of fiber. Eating some beans during the day will allow you to feel full longer.
Dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale are a great choice for diabetics. Not only are they good for your body, they are low in calories so you can eat as many as you desire.
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