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Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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Add raw veggies to your diet. They stimulate the pancreas and increase insulin production, help with digestion and help detox. Cucumber, celery, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, radishes, green beans, tomatoes, spinach are examples.

Protein #lifehacksfordiabetics

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Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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Eat protein rich foods. Veggies high in protein: asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, pumpkin, mushrooms, sweet potato, yam, beans. Add pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds, too!

Olive oil #lifehacksfordiabetics

Olive Oil

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Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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Olive oil is rich in mono-saturated fats. Just one tablespoon daily calms the bowels, helps digestion, reduces ulcers, fights cholesterol, fights breast cancer, is anti-inflammatory, helps arthritis, asthma, improves insulin sensitivity, prevents metabolic syndrome.

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