Managing Diabetes: 5 Healthy Evening Snacks for Diabetics

One of the prime concerns in managing Diabetes is to keep close check on the diet.

Anything while putting in Mouth the diabetes have to remember so many things, like sugary goods, fruit juices, aerated beverages, and foods made with refined flour and trans-fats which are strictly no for diabetics.

These foods get digested rapidly and cause the blood sugar levels to sudden rise.  So Diabetics are advised to embrace foods rich in fibre, protein and limit simple intake of carb.

A Diabetic does not have many options when it comes to snacking. Most of the snacks we find around are loaded with sugar or carbs, that’s why it is the best way for diabetics to not to go for store-bought snacks; but to prepare something nice delicious at home.

Here are some of the Delicious and Nutritious Evening Snacks that Diabetics can eat:

Sprouts: Lentils and legumes are the great addition in-to a Diabetes diet. These are power houses of Sproutsprotein, along-with good quality fibres. Most of the peoples are not aware with the great usefulness of “Dal”. One can prepare a collection of healthy Dal-based snacks, or have them as sprouts. Take a handful of lentils and legumes like Mung, Chickpea, Rajma and sprout them together. Add some fresh veggies and herbs such as cucumber, coriander to these sprouts and enjoy. Wow!!

 

Roasted Chana: Chanas, or Chickpeas, are rich in fibres, which ensure the slow release of sugar in the blood stream. Fibres also induce a sense of feeling. If you feel filled, you may not go for any binge on other unhealthy snacks. Roast them in olive oil and keep munching them when you feel hungry.

Roasted Chana

 

Nuts: these are extremely good for Diabetics. Nuts provide healthy fats, loaded with proteins; in addition, they are low on carbohydrates. Yet, don’t go overboard; intake these nuts in controlled quantity. About 5-6 soaked almonds and 1-2 walnuts a day should be sufficient.  

 

 

Oats Idli: Idli is often treated as one of the healthiest Indian foods. You can experiment with the traditional IdliIdali with Oats with some healthy and diabetes-friendly ingredients also. For instance, try Oats in-to Idli. Oats contains fibre, which ultimately checks blood sugar hikes and boosts insulin production too.

Eggs Chaat: WHO considers eggs is an excellent option in ideal Diabetes Diet. One large egg contains about half gram of carbohydrates. Try this delicious recipe, Grab some boiled eggs. Chop them; add some green Chilli, roasted cumin, onions and tamarind chutney to make an absolutely smashing Chaat.

 

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