Fish

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A number of recent studies have shown that consuming fish is linked with a lower risk of diabetes, primarily because fish does not contain any carbohydrates, but it can flood your system with heart-healthy fats, such as omega-3s. This can help you prevent obesity and other causative factors of diabetes, thus helping to fend off the condition before it ever develops. The lack of carbohydrates also means that fish won’t put any additional strain on your blood sugar balance, which is important if you are trying to successfully manage your diabetic symptoms.

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