The recommended diet for anyone diagnosed with type 2 diabetes is one that is low in carbohydrates and includes foods which are low on the glycemic index. Thanks to the low-carb, low-calorie properties of the aubergine, and a glycemic index of just 15 (out of a possible 100) it’s an ideal ingredient for incorporating into your everyday recipes, with countless possibilities ranging from Turkish baba ganoush to Italian caponata, along with Greek moussaka and British aubergine bake too! Aubergine is a tasty and filling vegetable and what’s more it’s a great way of getting more fibre into your diet having a whopping 19 grammes of fibre in an average sized aubergine.
An aubergine rich diet is an effective solution for the prevention of type 2 diabetes, but how can eating more aubergine do this?
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