Have a question? Ask us now!

Connect with us

Get in touch with our Managers to inquire about our homes, schedule a tour, or just say hello.

Annalisa LaJeunesse

Operational Director
North Scottsdale Assisted Living North Scottsdale
Central Scottsdale Assisted Living Scottsdale Ranch
Phoenix Assisted Living 19th Pl. #1
Phoenix Assisted Living 19th Pl. #2
Phoenix Assisted Living 47th Place
Scottsdale Assisted Living 60th Street
Chateaux Arcadia Arcadia
The Valencia Home North Scottsdale

Brian Newton

Assistant Manager of Operations


5 Superfoods to Help You Manage Diabetes

There are many different foods that can help you manage diabetes. For example, beans and legumes are great at filling you up with fiber and they also can help regulate blood sugar levels. Dark leafy greens are also effective at lowering the risk of diabetes. Berries work as antioxidants and can help lower the risk of diabetes and are very versatile food wise. Finally nuts can help lower the blood sugar and also lower the risk of different types of heart diseases.

Key Takeaways:

  • Legumes and beans are packed with vitamins and minerals and are also high in diet which can help regulate blood sugar levels.
  • Nuts are a part of a healthy diet and can also help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and they help keep blood sugar low.
  • Berries are able to decrease glucose absorption and also aid in insulin sensitivity. Berries are also able to be consumed in smoothies.

“To make sure you get a day’s worth, Newgent suggests including them at every meal. For breakfast, toss spinach or kale into scrambled eggs, a tofu scramble or omelet. At lunchtime, stuff greens into a wrapped sandwich or stir several handfuls of baby spinach into a bowl of soup or chili.”

Read more: https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2021/five-superfoods-for-diabetes.html


Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Post

Bust Stress by Treating Your Mom to a Fun Day Out

Next Post

Assisted Living Could Be a Great Option for an Aging Senior with a Brain Injury

Schedule a tour