3 Foods from Kuranda Wholefoods that Every Diabetic Needs to Stock Up On

Being a diabetic one of the things you need to make sure is that you’re on a pure wholefood diet.

While sticking to whole foods like fruit and vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds to keep your blood sugar levels and weight in check is a viable feat for most diabetics, it can be hard to strictly follow the wholefood diet owing to their busy lifestyle.

For such people, Kuranda Wholefoods offers gluten free snacks and wholesome foods that are ideal for on the go.

Spiced Apple Muesli

Fed up with so called gluten free brands offering run-of-the-mill foods in the name of whole foods?
Try this flavourful yet nutritious apple treat infused with the goodness of healthy grains, nuts, seeds and fruits. Low in sugar and high in Omega-3, apple muesli contains essential foods like flaxseed and quinoa that not just taste good but help control cholesterol and sugar levels.

Wholesome Trail Mix

With so many things going on in your life, we understand it is difficult to be sure to include all good foods in your diet that help prevent and control diabetes.

And so, Kuranda Wholefoods combines the healthiest and delicious nuts and seeds into a small packet that is adequate to make up for some nutrition you miss out on in a day.

The best part about this nutty snack is you can grab some straight from the pack or add them to your breakfast foods like yoghurt or cereal and feel all fuelled up throughout the day.

Chia and Almond Bar

No processed sugar, no fruit and yet so delicious and healthful.

With the nutritional benefits of almonds and chia seeds, these low GI health bars make for a crunchy treat not just for diabetics but for kids and other adults.

One small bar which fits in your fist provides you with the goodness of protein, omega-3, antioxidants and dietary fibre.

So, that’s it.

Enjoy your on-the-go snacks without guilt and keep your diabetes in check.


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