New Delhi: To manage diabetes, experts recommend making many important changes in lifestyle and diet. By taking care of all these things like exercise, diet, sugar free food along with medicines, you can control the blood sugar level. At the same time, making a particular fruit a part of the diet will also benefit you. This fruit is blueberries. According to experts, its consumption will help in managing diabetes.
The risk of type 2 diabetes will be reduced
The nutrients present in blueberries are helpful in digestion and this also helps in controlling blood sugar level. According to a study, the consumption of blueberries also reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes.
In the problem of diabetes, either insulin is not produced in the pancreas or the body is unable to use insulin. Because of this, the blood sugar level is not balanced. Diet plays an important role in managing diabetes, so experts recommend including blueberries in the diet.
How does blueberry manage diabetes?
Antioxidants, vitamin C, anti-cancer properties and other nutrients are found in blueberries. This fruit is a power house of nutrients. According to a study published in the journal Nutrients, consuming blueberries is not only effective in managing diabetes, but it also benefits you in urinary tract infections.
The participants in this study were divided into three groups. A slice of bread and blueberries were given to a group of people. On the other hand, 150 grams of blueberries were given to the second group, in which they had to consume only bread on the seventh day. The third group was given only bread without blueberries.
Blood samples of these people were taken. Of these, a lesser spike was seen in blood sugar levels in the group that consumed bread with blueberries. Apart from this, the other group who had consumed bread on the seventh day. He was found to have low insulin levels. According to the study, blueberries can be effective in managing diabetes. At the same time, the sensitivity of insulin also improves with regular consumption of blueberries.
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