5 Diabetes-Friendly Morning Drinks: Control Blood Sugar with These Refreshing Elixirs

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    Keeping blood sugar levels in balance is a difficult endeavour that demands concerted efforts in terms of food, discipline, and an active lifestyle. A diabetes diagnosis necessitates a number of lifestyle modifications, and it does take time to fix bad eating habits and transition from a sedentary to an active lifestyle. Mornings are the finest time to set the tone for the whole day, so if you have diabetes, why not start your day in a diabetic-friendly way by ingesting nutrients (herbs, plant-based meals, seeds) that will help reduce blood sugar increases throughout the day? You will be able to make this one major adjustment in your routine after your cravings, energy levels, and emotions improve.

    Dietician Manpreet Kalra recommends five beverages to assist you regulate your blood sugar.

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    1. Methi seed water

    Methi or fenugreek seeds have been shown to naturally enhance insulin sensitivity. Methi seeds, which are high in soluble fibre and saponins, can help manage blood glucose levels by reducing carbohydrate digestion and absorption. Methi seed is also a superfood that might help you decrease your cholesterol and blood pressure. Methi seed water can also be used to treat skin discolouration or skin tags. Starting your day with methi seed water can help you maintain control of your blood sugar throughout the day. Soak 1-2 teaspoons of seeds overnight in water and drink as tea.

    2. Juice of amla and aloe vera

    The strong combination of amla and aloe vera aids in blood sugar regulation by increasing insulin production. Amla contains anti-diabetic effects and aids in the metabolism of blood glucose. A study reveals that drinking aloe vera gel can help people attain improved fasting blood sugar levels, in addition to helping people lose body weight, which is beneficial for those with diabetes. The juice can also assist with a variety of skin problems. Amla aloe vera sugar can be used with honey, sugar, lemon juice, rock sugar, or long pepper to make it sweeter. People often use amla aloe vera juice in conjunction with bitter gourd juice.

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    3. Chia seed water 

    Chia seeds, which are high in fibre, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids, have a low glycemic index and help to keep blood sugar levels stable. A spoonful of chia seeds can be soaked in a bottle of water with lemon slices. Apart from decreasing cholesterol levels, this will also assist with skin dryness.

    4. Tulsi tea

    Tulsi possesses hypoglycemic and anti-inflammatory qualities that aid in the management of diabetes and its consequences. Tulsi boosts insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism, as well as helping to treat autoimmune illnesses and boost immunity. Tulsi tea may be produced by heating water and adding a few (7-8) tulsi leaves, ginger, and lemon juice.

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    5. Coriander seed water

    Flavonoids found in coriander seeds help to decrease inflammation and oxidative damage. They also preserve insulin action, which aids in blood sugar regulation. Those suffering from thyroid and water retention difficulties may benefit from drinking coriander seed water.

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