Blood sugar levels can be affected by various causes, so knowing how to control changing habits and adding foods that help keep your glucose at bay are very good practices for anyone who has hypoglycemia. We tell you the best ways to do it.

Magnesium and other tips to lower blood sugar

Add avocado to your diet

Did you know that avocado contains a good amount of magnesium and that it is perfect when it comes to lowering blood sugar?

Eating five times a day is very good

This is because every time we eat glucose levels rise, so make several small food intakes throughout the day and always at the same times contributes to a balance. Eat similar or equal amounts of carbohydrates at each meal and snack, combining starches, vegetables, proteins, fruits and fats.

Consume beans

The pulses are very healthy in general, but this one in particular helps to have the sugar levels controlled.

More physical activity

In addition to keeping fit, exercise has various effects on your mood, avoiding depression helps you stay more sociable and well supervised does not pose any risk to those who suffer from hypoglycemia.

Eat broccoli

It is rich in magnesium and therefore like black chocolate are good allies of hypoglycemia.

Leaf vegetables, you must also incorporate them

Especially Swiss chard and spinach, better to consume raw for example in smoothies; otherwise at least cooked is better to be part of your diet to reduce blood glucose and keep it under control in a natural way.


If you like almonds Go ahead! It is a dried fruit with large amounts of magnesium; just try not to contain salt so they do not raise your blood pressure. Pumpkin seeds are another very good alternative.

Chia seeds

They are considered a super food; but also, it helps to reduce glucose and contains fiber and essential fatty acids omega 3, 6 and 9. You can add them to yogurt, smoothies, salads, etc.

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Imon is a Health, Beauty & Food blogger. He is also a freelance writer.