When the body does not produce enough melanin, it is said to be suffering from a condition known as Diabetes Mellitus. This could also happen when the cells in the body do not respond to the insulin that is being produced by the body.

Most believe that once diagnosed with this condition, you have to stay medicated for life. However, with the right diet that offers your body the correct micronutrients such as chromium, zinc and magnesium and with a diet that is balanced with carbohydrates, fats and proteins, your body will have enough strength to regulate blood sugar levels and stay healthy.

A few foods that you should definitely include in your diet if you suffer from Type 2 Diabetes

When you consume nuts, you are including both proteins and fats in your diet. Treat it like a snack and you can easily include it in your smoothies, salads and breakfast too.

Choose to eat fish that is rich in Omega 3-fats. These help in reduction of inflammation that come on board as part of diabetes. They are indeed a great source of lean protein that your body needs.

Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is known to be rich in medium-chain triglycerides, these work towards helping the body reducing the ability to absorb sugars in to the blood and it also helps improve insulin sensitivity.

Hemp seeds
When you make hemp seeds a part of your diet, you are including protein and omega 3 fats in to your system. Just 3 tablespoons will lead to 10 gms of protein and 300 mg of omega-3 fats.

You can help regulate blood sugar levels by including avocados that are a great source of healthy fat and a little bit of protein.

Other foods that you should include in your diet include spinach, beans, sweet potato with some coconut oil, lentils, fruits that bring in fiber, eggs, flax seeds, bitter melon, mushrooms, cinnamon and plenty of exercise.

Speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist or get in touch with a Homeopath to learn how you can include some great food in your diet to stay away from the pain that is caused due to Type 2 Diabetes and avoid medication as much as you can.