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We believe that a diagnosis of diabetes can empower you to live a healthier and happier life without giving up the flavors you love. The Diabetes Cookbook offers you healthier alternatives to foods you love, like pancakes for breakfast, a burger for lunch, and shrimp for dinner.

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Top 10 Diabetes Friendly Super Foods

Include these 10 foods in your daily diet, and you’ll already be well on your way to living a healthier and happier life. Pretty simple, huh?


  1. Berries: Whatever kind of berries you like, they’re all packed with antioxidants, vitamins and fiber. For an easy dessert, make a parfait alternating the fruit with light, non-fat yogurt.
  2. Fish: Certain types of fish, such as salmon, are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Just remember to stay away from breaded and fried fish.
  3. Nuts: Eating a small portion (about an ounce) of nuts provides you with healthy, needed fats. They’re also filling and often contain fiber and magnesium.
  4. Citrus Fruit: For fiber and vitamin C, try eating grapefruit and oranges. Include lime and lemon juice in your cooking as well.
  5. Beans: Just a half a cup of beans provides 1/3 of your recommended daily fiber. They also have a ton of protein without saturated fats–just don’t forget to wash the salts off of canned beans before consumption (though fresh beans are the healthiest).
  6. Milk and Yogurt: Fat free milk and dairy contains a lot of vitamin D, and they help build strong bones and teeth.
  7. Whole Grains: The germ and bran in whole grains contains magnesium, chromium, omega 3 fatty acids and folate. Make sure to read the packaging on foods carefully to ensure you’re actually buying 100% all grain.
  8. Tomatoes: These delicious fruits contain vitamin C, iron, vitamin E. You can eat them fresh, or cook them into countless dishes to add health and nutrition to your meals.
  9. Sweet Potatoes: Use these in place of regular potatoes, because they contain a ton of vitamin A and fiber.
  10. Dark Leafy Vegetables: Spinach and kale have very few calories and carbs, so they’re a healthy addition to any meal.

Get our free Diabetic Cookbook today to get some great ideas on how to incorporate these awesome and healthy foods into your meals.