A healthy diet is important in reversing prediabetes. There are things that you can eat that have a low glycemic index (GI). These foods won’t increase your blood sugar levels and may even help you avoid blood sugar spikes.
You may be able to prevent prediabetes or type 2 diabetes by adding more of these foods into your diet.
(Tuna, halibut, and fish with omega-3 fatty acids)
Fish is a great source of protein. It’s low in unhealthy fats and is also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. Good choices include: salmon, trout, albacore tuna, mackerel, and halibut.
Garlic doesn’t have a high glycemic index since it doesn’t have carbohydrates, and it won’t raise blood sugar levels.
4. Apple cider vinegar
(Leafy greens like spinach, kale, and chard)
Consuming 1.35 servings instead of 0.2 servings of leafy greens per day are associated with a 14 percent reduction of risk for type 2 diabetes.
All leafy greens have low GI; spinach even has a GI ranking of less than 1 per 1 cup. Kale has a probable GI score between 2 and 4.