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Vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and broccoli are low in protein. Additionally, fruits such as tomatoes, bananas and apples contain only minimal amounts of protein. Whole wheat breads, rice, pasta, cereals and dried b... More »

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Plant-based foods such as vegetables, fruits and grains are low in protein, while animal products such as meats, cheese, milk and eggs are rich in protein. Some foods, such as beans, have larger amounts of protein than m... More »

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Meats, eggs, milk, legumes, nuts are all good sources of protein that are low in sugar, as are some seeds. Products or recipes containing these food sources may also be good sources of protein, but may be higher in sugar... More »

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Some foods that are low in sugar include spinach, green beans, broccoli, strawberries, beans, lentils, peas, salmon, tuna, mackerel, bluefish, sardines, avocados, almonds, walnuts and pecans, according to Mayo Clinic and... More »

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Several fruits and vegetables are on the low acid food list, such as bananas, cantaloupe, mangoes, raspberries, strawberries, artichokes, cabbage, garlic, lettuce, pumpkin, spinach and watermelon. Most proteins and grain... More »

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Oatmeal, strawberries, spinach, broccoli and lean meats are some of the foods that may help stabilize blood sugar levels, reports WebMD. Although these foods may be beneficial, they are not a substitute for a balanced di... More »

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Foods that help to keep blood sugar levels regulated include green beans, spinach, broccoli and strawberries, according to WebMD. Other foods that help to keep blood sugar levels in check include oatmeal, cinnamon, salmo... More »

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