Corn is a highly fibrous food. A cup of corn has the potential of meeting approximately 23% of daily fiber need. Highly fibrous group also decreases total cholesterol by around 7% while also decreasing triglyceride levels by 10,2% and VLDL levels (the most dangerous form of cholesterol) by 12,5%. Researches show that corn decreases high cholesterol and colon cancer risk. In addition to the digestive system and heart, the fiber content of corn helps stabilize blood glucose levels. While giving slow burning, durable energy, it maintains the blood sugar level.Thus, diabetic patients can eat corn without any concern. Eating corn on a regular basis helps both decrease and balance blood sugar and insulin level.