Learn to eat so your blood sugar doesn’t sway too much – 5 specific tips that also help with weight loss


1. No treats for starvation

Sometimes energy is needed quickly, but sugar is never its best source. Delicacies don’t have to be given up altogether, but they shouldn’t be eaten to starve. Keeping your meal rhythm frequent and regular is the best way to avoid sweethearts.

2. Brake with food

Sugars are absorbed more slowly from high-fiber foods than from low-fiber ones. Whole grains should also be eaten more slowly and more thoroughly than chewed white flax, and the rate of eating is also important.

3. Protein for every meal

Porridge made from pure carbohydrates with berries quickly raises blood sugar. If more cottage cheese and nuts are added, the sugar will rise and fall more gently. If you usually feel tenderly tired or quickly re-hunger after a meal, adding protein can help.

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4. Eat vegetables first

A plant-weighted diet usually leads to weight loss, which improves sugar metabolism. Vegetables should also be eaten on a plate first. Eating vegetarian food before meals and carbohydrates helps to even out blood sugar fluctuations.

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5. Add vegetable fats

Fat slows the progression of food mass in the gut. Fatty foods also digest more slowly in the stomach, thus curbing the rise in blood sugar. This information is useful if you are already avoiding too much fat. Then adding vegetable oil rations to meals of the day can significantly smooth out sugar fluctuations.

Expert: nutritionist Anette Palsa, Terveystalo.

This article has appeared in Good Health magazine. As a subscriber, you can read all numbers free of charge from the digilehdet.fi service.


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