Foods That Will Keep You Full Without Spiking Your Blood Sugar 

Starch, a carbohydrate, classifies vegetables. Non-starchy vegetables are high in fibre and low in starch. Fibre slows digestion and nutrient absorption. Fiber-rich foods promote fullness and healthy blood sugar levels.

Non-Starchy Vegetables

Beans have lots of carbs. Beans, unlike refined carbs like white rice and bread, contain plant-based protein and fibre, which can lower post-meal blood sugar. 


Unsweetened Greek yoghurt helps manage blood sugar due to its high protein content. Probiotics in Greek yoghurt may help manage blood sugar by changing gut bacteria, improving gut health, and increasing insulin sensitivity.

Plain Greek Yoghurt

Nuts and seeds contain plant-based protein, fibre, magnesium, and zinc, which regulate blood sugar. Due to their high protein and fibre content, most nuts and seeds are low-glycemic. Almonds and pecans have glycemic loads under one.

Nuts and Seeds

Protein-rich foods like seafood and poultry with carbohydrates slow digestion, improve insulin sensitivity, and increase glucose uptake into cells, lowering blood sugar.

Protein-Rich Foods

Chia and flax seeds are high in fibre and good for blood sugar management. Chia and flax have 9.75 and 8 grams of fibre per ounce. Fibre helps control blood sugar and fill you up after meals.  

Chia and Flax Seeds

Several foods can improve post-meal blood sugar levels and glycemic control, but your overall diet is what matters most.

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