5. Non-starchy veggies
Any veggies that have a low amount of starch is a good choice to add to your diet if you are trying to reduce your chances of developing type 2 diabetes. Why is that? – Because non-starchy veggies have significantly fewer carbs per serving than their starchy counterparts.
They also help to satiate hunger, making you feel more satisfied for longer periods of time. They are also packed with a wealth of essential vitamins and nutrients, as well as fiber and phytochemicals. Moreover, they are low in calories, so they can help you keep your weight under control.