12 Foods for Diabetes and Gout list is my featured image for Food suitable for gout and diabetes. Because that topic refers to a list compiled by Joe Leech, Dietitian (MSc Nutrition & Dietetics).
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The image is a screenshot from the article. So here is the list of diabetic foods that we are discussing with respect to gout:
1. Almonds improve glucose metabolism
2. Dark chocolate can improve insulin sensitivity
3. Coffee is strongly linked with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes
4. Green coffee appears to reduce absorption of sugar
5. Green tea catechins are proven to improve glucose control
6. Apple cider vinegar may improve glucose metabolism
7. Resistant starch can lower sugar levels and enhance insulin sensitivity
8. Yacon syrup may improve insulin resistance
9. Fenugreek can reduce absorption of sugar into the blood
10. Cinnamon can reduce sugar absorption and greatly improve insulin sensitivity
11. Stevia may lower blood sugar as part of a diet for type 2 diabetes
12. Honey can be a good alternative for sugar
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