Nutrition 0 MIN READ

A Good Whey to Keep your Glucose Stable

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

The two popular dietary supplements, almond milk and whey protein are considered to be low glycemic index foods. Almond milk and other nut milk are often considered a healthy alternative to dairy milk because they contain healthy fats and are typically low in carbohydrates. Whey protein is often regarded as one of the highest sources of bioavailable protein.

Optimising your Protein Shake
• Choose unsweetened almond milk and consider adding natural sweeteners like stevia.
• Try to consume them as part of a balanced diet by incorporating them into meals and snacks throughout the day. For example, adding almond milk to smoothies, oatmeal or cereal can increase fibre and protein intake while reducing overall carbohydrate consumption.

Almond milk and whey protein can be valuable additions to a balanced diet for people concerned about glucose metabolism. Almond milk is a low-carbohydrate and low-calorie alternative to dairy milk, which can help to reduce blood sugar spikes. Whey protein is a high-quality protein source that may improve insulin sensitivity and regulate blood sugar levels. Including both almond milk and whey protein in moderation can support overall health and wellness.

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