5 Amazing Foods Diabetics Should Add to Their Diet

People with type 2 diabetes are usually dependant on a drug for the rest of life, or have to suffer through costly invasive surgery to control the condition. However, there are other options that can help diabetics to control their blood sugar and, in some cases, even avoid the costly options.diabetics

Additionally to reducing carbohydrate consumption, there are a range of foods that are recommended by health experts as potentially beneficial to diabetics.

Here are 5 of these foods (just remember to consult your doctor before):
  1. Apple cider vinegar.
  2. Avocado.
  3. Black beans.
  4. Camomile tea.
  5. Cinnamon.

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