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Brown Rice & Fish Curry: Staple meal, unstable glucose

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Brown rice has more health benefits than white rice. It is a favourite food among low-carb enthusiasts. But it has a low food score because of the simple carbs, which can spike your glucose levels. You could control the glucose spike by limiting the quantity of brown rice. A 100 gm serving of cooked fish will give you almost one-third of your daily protein requirement.

Ways to make the meal healthier
• Consider shifting from brown rice to cauliflower rice or black rice. They have a low GI (glycaemic index).
• Consider pairing the meal with salads for your carbs. You can add non-starchy vegetables like broccoli, cabbage and cucumber.
• You may add carrots and onions to your meal for complex carbs.
• You may also replace the rice with salad or bean sprouts and some baby corn.

Incorporating brown rice and fish curry into a balanced meal plan can be beneficial for people looking to regulate their glucose levels. However, it’s important to consider portion sizes and the other components of the meal to ensure that it is well-balanced and meets individual dietary needs.

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