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7 Ways to Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

shrimp with tomatoes and garlic. Mediterranean food.

Enjoy Mediterranean meals

For those who follow a Mediterranean diet, the odds of developing diabetes are 20 to 23 percent lower according to a review of studies published in 2016 in Endocrine. The diet builds meals around plant-based foods, including fruits and vegetables, beans, nuts, whole grains, and olive oil. You eat fish and chicken regularly, but not red meat, butter, or sweets. Phytonutrients and fiber in the plant foods help maintain healthy blood sugar levels, and the olive oil might reduce inflammation. The Mediterranean diet helps keep your glucose levels on an even keel, versus some sneaky things that raise your blood sugar levels.(Related: The Secret Ingredient You Need for the Mediterranean Diet)

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