Diabetics should also keep snacking from time to time to avoid blood sugar spikes.
Diabetes is a condition where your body is either not producing enough insulin or is not responding to the insulin produced. It you are a diabetic, it is imperative for you to be extra careful about your diet, for you never know what may spike your blood sugar levels. If you are looking to revamp your diet, make sure you add enough fibre and protein in it. Diabetics should also keep snacking from time to time to avoid blood sugar spikes. Of course, with snacking we mean only healthy and nutrient-dense snacks. Foods made with refined carbs could prove detrimental to your blood sugar levels.
This toasted almond granola recipe by noted baker and food vlogger Deeba Rajpal, shared by her on her channel 'Passionate About Baking', is an ideal snack you can tuck into when cravings kick in. It is easy-to-make and so fuss-free. What works for this recipe are its power-packed ingredients that are teeming with healthy dietary fibres. The ingredients include oats, whole almonds, watermelon seeds, muskmelon seeds, and flaxseeds. Fibre does not get digested quickly and enables slow release of sugar in the bloodstream, which further prevents surge in blood glucose levels. The recipe also uses honey; too much honey may not be the best idea for diabetics. However, this recipe uses it in moderation, so there's not much to worry. However, we would still advise that you consult your doctor before including any form of sweetener in your diet, your blood sugar levels are not so stable. Here's the recipe.