Yogurt for Diabetics
There are many foods for diabetics that help to stabilize blood sugar levels. Yogurt is one of them. Not only is yogurt a great source of protein it is also packed with calcium, which can help in fight against loosing weight and managing diabetes.
Make sure the yogurt you choose is plain, non-fat and has no added sugars. You can add your own toppings to create and even healthier snack. Consider adding fresh fruit such as peaches, kiwi, mango, blackberries, strawberries or raspberries, which are also anti-oxidant powerhouses. Fresh fruit also has a much lower glycemic index than the fruits already added to yogurt. Low-fat granola will add extra nutrients and satisfaction. And, you could also add walnuts or sliced almonds for a healthy burst of omega-3 fatty acids.
Many dairy items that are whole fat contain levels of saturated fats that are very high. Consider having a bowl of non-fat yogurt after dinner to help satisfy your sweet cravings.