Diabetes Diet: This Winter Salad Made with Carrots and Paneer

If you happen to have diabetes, you know that you will not be able to fill up on sweets like other people with a blessed metabolism. So, what do you do? Think of healthy options, perhaps?

 Diabetes Diet: This Winter Salad Made with Carrots and Paneer


It affects millions in the country and abroad, diabetes is a condition characterized by fluctuations in blood sugar levels. Unfortunately, there is no known cure for diabetes. The situation cannot be undone but it can be controlled to a great extent. People with diabetes need to be extremely careful about their diet, lifestyle, and medication. With the holiday season approaching, most of us are left with a mithai route of dabbas and snacks that need to be eaten properly within their shelves. 

Then there are the appetites in the middle of the meal that lead you to overeating. It is important to set priorities for yourself. If you happen to have diabetes, you know that you will not be able to fill up on sweets like other people with a blessed metabolism. So, what do you do? Think of healthy options, perhaps?

Winter is known for its many fruits and vegetables that can help keep blood sugar levels under control. Carrots, guavas, celery, beetroot, methi, sarso are some of the winter snacks you can add to your diet. You can add them to greens, mix them with smoothies, use them in soups, make healthy curries with them, or make a quick salad with jam. Yes, you heard us. The 'yummy' salad is not an argument. If you are willing to try, salads do not have to be old and boring.

Salads tend to have plenty of space to build, so put those thought caps on and think about all the high fiber, seasonal management you can add to your salads. Fiber helps lower blood sugar, preventing sudden sugar spikes. Here is one recipe we tried recently to impress.


Diabetes Winter Salad:

Ingredients:

1 cup cherub paneer

1 minced carrot in the middle

Half a cup of chopped onions

Half a cup of chopped tomatoes

1 tsp black pepper

1 tsp lemon juice


A few chopped coriander leaves

How to:

1. Take a large mixing bowl and add onions, carrots, tomatoes.

2. Now add the paneer, black pepper powder, lemon juice and coriander.

3. Mix everything well. The ad is moving away.

Try making this salad at home. Add or remove items depending on preferences. After all, your salad!

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