Tasty and healthy crackers for diabetic patients

Crackers – a token of fun with friends and family that make each and every evening a bit more special. But can they be enjoyed without having a second thought of side effects? Thankfully, the answer is ‘yes’.

Crackers are tasty, crunchy and come in various flavours to suit everyone’s taste. But, it’s not always healthy. Does it mean you can’t have them at all? Not at all. Thankfully, there are a few healthy options available in the market which don’t harm your health and also are good in taste. The great thing is that even if you are diabetic, you can easily have them without being worried. So, in this article, we’ll focus on some healthy and nutritious whole-grain crackers that can be beneficial for your health. Keep these things in mind for the next time you go grocery shopping. Now, let’s jump into those options.

Gluten-free Crunch Master Multi-grain sea salt is a great pick.

If you are looking for something crispy, crunchy, light, but yet healthy, then this cracker is a great pick for you. The goodness that it offers lies in the ingredients, such as oats fibre, flaxseed, millets, brown rice flour, sesame seeds, etc. The best part is that it is available in whole grain versions and is also low in calories. Therefore, you can freely have it without being worried about the hike in your blood sugar level.

Wheat Thin multigrain crackers, a good one in diabetes

This is also a low-calorie cracker option available in the market in which 15 crackers can serve hardly 150 calories which makes it a great choice for diabetic patients. So, you can freely munch on a few of them without any side effects. They are also very low in carbs and sugar; therefore, they hardly have any impact on diabetes. Moreover, these snacks are baked, not fried like a packet of potato chips. Overall, it is very much recommended because it’s healthy and light.

Protein-rich whole lotta seeds crackers

This cracker can easily be added to your safe list as it is rich in protein, more prominently plant-based protein powder. Protein is very important for energy, and this cracker claims to serve more protein than an egg. It also contains a lot of beneficial seeds like poppy seeds, chia seeds, flax seeds, and hemp, which are beneficial for diabetic patients as well.

So, did you like these healthy options of crackers? Then do give them a try and make sure to share your opinion with us.


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