2. Fruits for snacks - Fruits are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. So feel free to eat as many as you can. But be sure to select fruits that are relatively low on sugar - like apple, berries and guava.
3.Steamed sprouts salad - Pulses are high in protein and fiber and help in controlling blood sugar levels. Mix steamed sprouts with chopped cucumber, tomatoes and cottage cheese. Sprinkle some salt and add 1tsp lemon juice. You can also use boiled beans or kala chana.
4. Yogurt with fresh vegetables - Raw vegetables are rich in minerals, vitamins and enzymes and yogurt is rich in protein and calcium. Combine vegetables like broccoli, carrot, celery and tomatoes with yogurt - it's not only delicious, but will also keep you full.6. Healthy smoothie - Blend yourself some easy-to-make healthy fruits and vegetables smoothies. Pick vegetables like spinach, cucumber, tomatoes, amla and mix it with some light and refreshing coconut water in it.
7. Healthy snacks - Feel free to munch on roasted chana, roasted soy chips or roasted moong dal.
8. Eggs - Egg whites are rich in protein, are very nutritious and can be safely included in a diabetic patient's diet plan. It can be used as a quick snack and can be eaten at anytime of the day.
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