2. A diabetes-friendly food

While everyone ought to watch what they eat, people with diabetes need to be especially careful to eat food that will not aggravate, and where possible help to alleviate their condition. Studies show how shallots contain flavonoid substances that are good for people with diabetes. Improvements in the body's natural production of insulin and help in maintaining a healthy weight are two of the main benefits that shallots bring. Furthermore, it seems that eating a good portion of shallots can prevent the disintegration of insulin in the liver and thus it reduces blood sugar ratings.


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