Whole Grain Toast with Peanut Butter
Rich in healthy monounsaturated fats and protein, this combination makes a nutritious addition to meals and snacks for people with diabetes. Peanut butter’s low carbohydrate content keeps blood sugar under control, while its healthy fats satisfy the appetite for several hours. Choose a brand of peanut butter with little to no added sugar, and be sure to measure out each serving to keep calories in check.
Most diabetics have to give up or at least drastically reduce some of their favorite foods. However, shrimp is packed with protein, very little fat and virtually no carbohydrates. Not to mention it’s delicious! Shrimp is simply perfect for the diabetic to eat. Thank you, Mother Nature!