The 7 Best Vegetables for People with Diabetes

Vegetable fibre gives us a feeling of fullness and satisfaction. Carrots are a very satisfying, high-fiber veggie, according to Weisenberger.


The consumption of vegetable fibre makes us feel satisfied and full. Weisenberger claims that carrots are a particularly fulfilling, high-fiber vegetable.


Weisenberger notes that zucchini is also high in fibre and low in calories.


There's a time and place for orange juice if you have diabetes, but it might not be the best idea to drink it all at once in the hopes of boosting immunity. Now for the cabbage. 


Spinach is incredibly low in calories and high in nutrients, just like all other leafy green vegetables. Iron is also abundant in it, and iron is necessary for normal blood flow.


Weisenberger recommends tucking extra tomatoes into a sandwich made with nutritious grains. Tomatoes are rich in lycopene and offer colour to your sandwich and food.


Cucumber, another one of Weisenberger's favourite sandwich fillings, is a high-water veggie that can help you feel full and hydrated.