Blood Sugar Support

Chromium picolinate is found in high levels in vegetables like nutrition-rich broccoli, which is the ideal superfood for diabetics in helping balance out blood sugar levels. Over 80 percent of us suffer from at least a low level of a magnesium deficiency, and it can result in leg cramps, insomnia and yes, diabetes.Sep 28, 2017

 Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

Peas and tomatoes do contain low or moderate amounts, ALSO Asparagus, potatoes, romaine lettuce, spinach,  so when you consume high amounts of these you are getting a good dose.

Vitamin B1/ Thiamine 

1.2 mg/daily (3)
1. Nutritional Yeast
2 Tbsp: 9.6 mg (640%
3. Sunflower Seeds
1 cup: 2.0 mg (164%
4. Macadamia Nuts
1 cup: 1.6 mg (132%
9. White Beans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .53 mg (44%)
13. Beef Liver
1 3 oz. piece cooked: .32 mg (26%

Benfotiamine Supplements

Benfotiamine is a fat-soluble form of thiamin, or vitamin B-1,  It has special active properties that make it beneficial for supporting glucose metabolism. Benfotiamine supplements are great for anyone concerned with glucose health, kidney health and ocular health
vitamin B1


 Navy Beans25536%

 Black Beans22735%

 Barley21733%

 Dried Peas23131%

 Green Peas11630%

 Lentils23028%

 Pinto Beans24528%

 Lima Beans21625%

 Oats15225%


B1
Spinach1 cup41.40.1714%
very good
Cabbage1 cup43.50.119%
very good


Sunflower Seeds0.25 cup204.40.5243%
very good
Green Peas1 cup115.70.3630%
very good

Sweet  Potato1 cup180.00.2118%
good


Blood Sugar Control
Manganese is needed to help multiple enzymes in a process called gluconeogenesis. Gluconeogenesis is the scientific term for conversion of substances like amino acids or organic acids into sugar.

Manganese 
Cloves12127%

 Oats15296%

 Brown Rice21688%

 Spinach4184%

 Pineapple8377%

 Pumpkin Se18074%



Raspberries1 cup64.00.824111.5excellent

Strawberries1 cup46.10.562810.9excellent


1 cup Spinach cooked


 vitamin A105%


 manganese84%


 folate66%


 magnesium39%


 iron36%


 copper34%






 vitamin E25%


 calcium24%


 vitamin C24%


 potassium24%


 fiber17%






 zinc12%


 protein11%


 choline8%










Molibdenum
Oats0.25 cup151.728.8664%7.6excellent

Tomatoes1 cup32.49.002011.1excellent

Kidney Be1 cup224.8132.7529523.6excellent

Cucumber1 cup15.65.201213.3excellent

Romaine Lettuce2 cups16.05.641314.1excellent


Eggs1 each77.58.50194.4very good


Carrots1 cup50.06.10144.9very good


The Most Important Nutrient for Diabetics: Benfotiamine




Vitamin B1/ Thiamine Food Sources

Most fruits and vegetables do not provide very high amounts of thiamine although some like peas and tomatoes do contain low or moderate amounts. Other kinds like asparagus, potatoes, mushrooms, romaine lettuce, spinach, brussel sprouts and eggplant include small amounts of B vitamins like thiamine, so when you consume high amounts of these you are getting a good dose.


1.2 mg/daily (3)
1. Nutritional Yeast
2 Tbsp: 9.6 mg (640%)
2. Seaweed
1 cup seaweed: 2.66 mg (216%)
3. Sunflower Seeds
1 cup: 2.0 mg (164%)
4. Macadamia Nuts
1 cup: 1.6 mg (132%)
5. Black Beans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .58 mg (48%)
6. Lentils
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .53 mg (44%)
7. Organic Edameme/Soybeans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .53 mg (44%)
8. Navy Beans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .53 mg (44%)
9. White Beans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .53 mg (44%)
10. Green Split Peas
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .48 mg (40%)
11. Pinto beans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .46 mg (39%)
12. Mung Beans
1/3 cup dried, or about 1 cup cooked: .42 mg (36%)
13. Beef Liver
1 3 oz. piece cooked: .32 mg (26%)
14. Asparagus
1 cup cooked: .30 mg (25%)
15. Brussel Sprouts
1 cup cooked: .16 (13%)