Some meats are really bad for a diabetic person's health but in this article, I will educate you on which ones are better to eat on a regular basis if you have diabetes according to an article written by medicalnewstoday.
1. Chicken is a healthier alternative to red meat since it has less saturated fat. However, the high levels of trans fat in red meat make it a poor choice for a regular diet. Chicken then is a good example of a healthy meat choice.
2. The protein, iron, and other elements in turkey can help you manage your diabetes better than they would if you ate other types of meat. So, you should try to increase your daily intake of turkey according to studies.
3. Eating more fish is beneficial because it includes Omega-3 fatty acids, which have been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and help maintain healthy blood sugar levels without the use of medicines. To that end, you ought to eat fish more often.
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