Dear Ms. Aysha, the best organic diet to manage diabetes is depends on how much you need to eat and drink is based on your age, gender, how active you are and the goals you’re aiming for. But no single food contains all the essential nutrients your body needs. That’s why a healthy diet is all about variety and choosing different foods from each of the main food groups every day. As with any healthy eating program, a diabetic diet is more about your overall dietary pattern rather than obsessing over specific foods. Aim to eat more natural, unprocessed food and less packaged and convenience foods.
• Healthy fats from nuts, olive oil, fish oils, flax seeds, or avocados.
• Fruits and vegetables—ideally fresh, the more colorful the better; whole fruit rather than juices.
• High-fiber cereals and breads made from whole grains.
• Fish and shellfish, organic chicken or turkey.
• High-quality protein such as eggs, beans, low-fat dairy and unsweetened yogurt.
• Packaged and fast foods, especially those high in sugar, baked goods, sweets, chips, desserts.
• White bread, sugary cereals, refined pastas or rice.
• Processed meat and red meat.
• Low-fat products that have replaced fat with added sugar, such as fat-free yogurt.
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