Snacks for people with diabetes

Fruits like apples, grapes, and pears and vegetables like carrots and peppers pack nutrients and water content to fill you up. 

Fresh Fruits and Vegetable

Nuts and seeds are filling snacks. With healthy fats, fiber, and plant-based protein, they help manage hunger while providing a nutritional boost. 

Nuts and Seed

Stick to one quarter cup portions of unsalted nuts or seeds on their own or enjoy nut butter with apple slices. 

Nuts and Seed

Air-popped or stovetop popcorn is a high volume, low calorie snack. Sprinkle nutritional yeast, chili powder or cinnamon on top for extra flavor.  

Popcorn and Whole Grain Cracker

Air-popped or stovetop popcorn is a high volume, low calorie snack. Sprinkle nutritional yeast, chili powder or cinnamon on top for extra flavor.  

Popcorn and Whole Grain Cracker

Air-popped or stovetop popcorn is a high volume, low calorie snack. Sprinkle nutritional yeast, chili powder or cinnamon on top for extra flavor.  

Popcorn and Whole Grain Cracker

When buying crackers, choose higher fiber, lower net carb options like those made with whole grains. 

Popcorn and Whole Grain Cracker

Protein is important for keeping blood sugar steady. Roll up deli turkey and cheese slices or pair hard boiled eggs with a serving of fruit. 

Protein Snack

Edamame makes for an easy ready-to-eat snack out of the pod. For Greek yogurt, choose unsweetened, plain varieties. 

Protein Snack

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