Eat more vegetables
Vegetables don’t raise blood sugar very much and add few calories. In fact, they are basically the most nutrient-dense, low-calorie foods you can eat. And if you load up on them, you won’t have as much room for less healthy, calorie-dense foods.
The exception, of course, is starchier vegetables like potatoes, corn, peas, and winter squash, but they’re most certainly not off limits. In fact, it is probably wiser to consume your starches in the form of starchy vegetables more often than in the form of bread or pasta. Starchy vegetables provide more vitamins, minerals and fibre than the more processed and refined breads, pastas, and some grains.
As for non-starchy vegetables, eat them with gusto! Aim for at least three to five servings a day.