Foods for a Diabetes Diet (4/5)

Diabetes is more tightly wound with diet than a snake its own coil. Fortunately, you can roll it back up by gradually tweaking your diet here and there. Find out which foods can play a key role with this diabetes diet. 

Diabetes Diet: Peanut Butter

Diabetes Diet: Peanut Butter

4. Peanut Butter and Nuts

Peanut butter and nuts are great for a diabetes diet. It’s time for the return of the peanut butter sandwich (this time, on whole wheat). In the Nurses Health Study of more than 80,000 women with no history of diabetes, those who ate nuts five times a week lowered their risk of type 2 diabetes by 30 per cent compared to women who never ate nuts; eating peanut butter fives times a week cut risk by 20 per cent.

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