Nov. 16, 2014—From the grocery store to your kitchen table, what you eat is a major player in diabetes control and prevention. November is National Diabetes Month, so it’s a great time to dish up some nutrition know-how.
If you have type 2 diabetes, choosing the right foods in the right amounts may help you manage the disease and protect against related complications, such as heart disease and stroke. And even if you don’t have diabetes, eating right to manage your weight may help reduce your risk of developing the disease.
Boost control with superfoods
If you’re rethinking your nutrition, check out this infographic to find an assortment of power-packed foods to rev up your healthy eating plan. These diabetes-friendly foods contain key nutrients and sport a low glycemic index, which helps with blood sugar control.