Adding beans to your diet if you don't have an allergic reaction. Beans has resistent starch (a fiber that cannot be digest, therefore slowing down glucose conversion), eaten with sugary things still can stablize blood sugar. Cinnamon also has blood sugar effect, having 1/4 teaspoon a day also can stablize blood sugar. My mother's diabetes is stablized by having a handful of beans for morning, lunch and dinner (she hates cinnamon).
The resistant starch might causes gases in the beginning, so adding a little in the beginning. After a while, the resistant starch will help you have beneficial gut flora.
Then, add yougurt or kifir to your diet.
I will suggest to try one vegetable that you have never eaten or like before in your life to zest up things. You might find your taste buds change and things you dislike before are actually tastely (not to say healthy). Strive to eventually have the color of rainbow in your meals everyday.
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