Mediterranean Diet For People With Diabetes

By.  Robert j. Maatthews

Leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, cherries, apples, bananas, figs, dates, raisins, and more are all excellent choices.

Fruits and Vegetables

Select whole grain varieties for your couscous, bread, pasta, morning cereals, and other grains.

Whole Grains

Add lentils, beans, and peas to your meals. Lentils, kidney beans, lima beans, split peas, and chickpeas are a few examples.


Eat a tiny handful of cashews, walnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds, etc. per day. They are excellent as salad toppings and snacks.

Seeds and Nuts

As your primary cooking oil and dressing ingredient, use extra virgin olive oil. Higher heat cooking can also be done using a light olive oil.

Olive Oil

Use seasonings that allow you to use less salt to flavor meals, such as herbs, spices, garlic, lemon, vinegar, and other ingredients.

Garlic, Spices, and Herbs

A few times a week, consume fatty fish such as trout, tuna, sardines, salmon, and mackerel. Shrimp, shellfish, and smaller fish are also excellent choices.

Seafood and Fish

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