Nutrition 1 MIN READ

Balancing Spice and Sugar: Making Bhujia Sev Work for Your Blood Glucose

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Bhujia Sev is a well-known classic Indian snack. However, it is not only deep-fried but is also laced with preservatives. The refined sugar in sev can cause blood glucose to rise, leading to hyperglycemia. Snacking on Bhujia Sev for a prolonged time can lead to various health issues due to its high fat, salt and calorie content.

Snack smarter – Enjoy Bhujia Sev without impacting your blood glucose.
• Processed foods like Bhujia Sev spike your blood glucose levels. A simple swap to keto sev can keep sugar levels optimised.
• Keto sev has fewer carbohydrates and may keep diabetes and obesity at bay. Use these keto flour and recipes to make this swap.
• Lupin flour is a good legume alternative to regular flour due to its high protein and fibre content and can be used in various recipes. Keto sev made with lupin flour is low in carbs and high in protein. It is also gluten-free and can be a good alternative to traditional Bhujia Sev for those with gluten sensitivities.

Consuming excessive processed food, including Bhujia Sev, can increase the risk of developing chronic health problems. As with any processed food, it is important to read the label and be aware of the nutritional content to make informed choices that support your health goals.

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