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Almonds: The Healthy Choice

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Badams, also known as almonds, are rich in nutrients. They make for a healthy snack and can help manage blood glucose levels. Consuming badam was found to positively impact glucose metabolism, providing the body with sustained energy. With a very low glycemic index, badams could be an excellent choice for people with diabetes.

Understanding the benefits of badam for glucose optimisation
• Try consuming raw badams early morning as it aids in glycemic control.
• Try almonds with 30 g of simple carbs, such as green or elaichi bananas, which can help control sugar levels.
• Consider adding badam to your breakfast. This stabilises the blood glucose levels and creates a feeling of fullness.

Badams are proven alternatives for unhealthy snacks. They were found to have a beneficial effect on glucose control. Badams also have a significant role in insulin resistance. Including 30g of badams in your daily diet can enhance its nutritional value without increasing calorie intake. However, consuming too many badams can interfere with digestive processes. As a result, making moderate adjustments can contribute to a healthier lifestyle.

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