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Chipping Away: The Link between Sour Cream and Onion Chips and Blood Glucose

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Sour cream and onion chips have a negative association with glucose metabolism. These chips are made of refined wheat flour and contain a high glycemic index, which can lead to spikes in glucose levels. Chips are highly processed foods with high sodium and carbohydrate content.

Keep your glucose metabolism stable while eating chips
• Chips made of healthier flour can be great for balancing your glucose levels. Flour with little or no carbohydrates, like coconut or almond flour, is a good alternative.
• Crackers made with seeds are an excellent replacement for regular sour cream and onion chips, as seeds provide essential healthy fats.

Onion, sour cream, and refined flour in these chips can significantly affect glucose metabolism. Sour cream and onion chips typically contain added sugars, such as maltodextrin, dextrose, and sugar. These added sugars contribute to the overall carbohydrate content of the chips. Limiting the consumption of these chips is crucial to regulate your glucose levels.

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