7 Proteins to Add to Your Grocery List to Help You Lower Blood Sugar, 

Eggs

Eggs are nature's nutrient. One big egg offers 6 grams of protein, plus other nutrients your body needs. They contain B12, B6, A, choline, sodium, and potassium. Eggs include high-quality protein and low carbohydrates, so they won't raise your blood sugar.

Salmon

Salmon—or other fatty fish—is a fantastic way to get protein if you like seafood. A 3-ounce cooked salmon fillet offers 28 grams of protein and no carbs. Additionally, it provides essential minerals like calcium, salt, choline, retinol, vitamin B12, and selenium.

Sirloin Steak

According to the USDA, a 4-ounce sirloin steak provides over 22 grams of protein and nutrients. Beef contains vitamin B12, calcium, potassium, and heme iron, which human bodies absorb better than plant iron.

Cottage Cheese

Cottage cheese made from whole milk has 13 grams of protein in a half-cup serving. It is also a great source of many vitamins and minerals, including calcium, vitamin A, phosphorus, beta carotene, and more.

Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is delightful whether creamy or crunchy. Two tablespoons include roughly 8 grams of protein, fiber, magnesium, zinc, vitamin B3, and folate.Choose a peanut butter with only peanuts and salt to avoid sugar. 

Chicken Drumstick

Chicken breasts might feel a little bland and boring, so give chicken drumsticks a try instead. Dark meat drumsticks are delicious and include 25 grams of protein per cooked. Chicken provides all needed amino acids, which our bodies cannot produce.

Mixed Nut

Even peanuts, which we name nuts but are legumes, are high in protein. According to Nutrients study, nuts like pistachios, walnuts, pecans, and others can help you feel full and stabilize your blood sugar. 

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