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Chaas: Sipping Your Way to Better Blood Sugar

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Chaas, a traditional Indian buttermilk drink, has been associated with various health benefits. Recent studies have suggested that consuming Chaas may positively impact glucose metabolism. Regular consumption of Chaas improves insulin sensitivity and glucose regulation. Chaas intake also decreases postprandial blood glucose levels in healthy individuals.

Optimise your Chaas intake for better glucose metabolism
• Try consuming Chaas on an empty stomach or with your mid-morning snack rather than after a meal.
• Consider using curd made from full-fat milk to make Chaas. But keep an eye on the calories to avoid overconsumption.
• You may add flaxseeds to your Chaas for additional fibre and healthy fats, which can help regulate glucose.

Chaas is made by diluting curd, which contains probiotic bacteria with water. These bacteria help boost the immune system and promote healthy digestion. The probiotics in Chaas have been shown to improve insulin sensitivity and glucose regulation. This can help manage blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Chaas is also a low-calorie, nutrient-rich beverage that can be included in a healthy diet.

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