10 Diabetes-friendly Salads You Have to Make this Season

There are many salads options out there, so I narrowed it down to the 10 most delicious, blood sugar-friendly options.
There are many salads options out there, so I narrowed it down to the 10 most delicious, blood sugar-friendly options.
There are many salads options out there, so I narrowed it down to the 10 most delicious, blood sugar-friendly options.
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10 Diabetes-friendly Salads You Have to Make this Season

There are many salads options out there, so I narrowed it down to the 10 most delicious, blood sugar-friendly options.

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When you hear that salads are a great addition to your diet, you may be thinking “Great. Another boring meal.”

But salads are a nutritious option, that can help you feel full, and manage your blood sugars.

This post will help you find a salad that will not only taste great but also be healthy. There are many salads options out there, so I narrowed it down to the 10 most delicious low-carb options – ensuring that these salads were both satisfying and nutritious.

Hey! A quick note before you start reading!


I’m Mila Clarke, The Hangry Woman! I help people like myself living with diabetes find our strength and feel less shame and loneliness, so we can face diabetes head-on without fear, or judgment.

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Eating salads is an excellent way to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals.

Salads are also low in calories, making them perfect for people with diabetes. But not all salads are created equal – some may have too many carbs or too much sugar, which can work against your blood sugar goals.

I hope you enjoy these salads, and please come back and let me know in the comments section if you gave any of these a try.

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I’m a millennial living with LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults, a slow-progressing form of autoimmune Type 1 diabetes) I love food, travel, and my kitchen!

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