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Buttermilk: The Probiotic Beverage for Better Glucose Control

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Studies show that buttermilk has a positive impact on your blood glucose levels. It has a good combo of nutrients, including protein, probiotics, and some vitamins and minerals. This light drink has a high content of peptides which reduces inflammation in the body. They can improve the production of insulin and help regulate blood sugar levels.

Sipping to steady blood sugar levels
• Consider having it as vegetable raita with some raw vegetables and curd. This manages your blood glucose intake.
• Try to avoid adding sugar or sweeteners to your buttermilk. It can increase the glycemic load and spike blood sugar levels.
• You can take it along with some nuts. It will result in a slower release of glucose into the blood.
• Drinking buttermilk in limited quantities is advisable. This will prevent sudden blood sugar spikes.

The healthy microrganisms in this fermented drink improve your gut health. Buttermilk is rich in calcium and less in fat content. It leads to a lesser risk of other metabolic problems, such as high blood pressure and heart disease. It can also help lower cholesterol and lose weight. Go ahead and relish the cooling summer drink!

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