Diabetes: Five ways to balance blood sugar to minimise Alzheimer's risk

“Or a vegetable protein such as quinoa, legumes (in the form of, say, chickpea hummus), nuts (nut butters, such as almond butter, are good) or seeds,” she added.


When it comes to picking your poison, “white wine is more sugary than red”, warned Dr Glenville.

“But, on the other hand, a white wine spritzer (made with sparkling mineral water) will be better for you than a full glass of red wine.”

While spirits do not contain sugar, their mixers usually do, so be aware that drinking could spike your blood sugar levels.


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