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Corona Light: Not so light on your blood glucose

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Corona Light beer might be a choice for weight-conscious people or those on a blood-sugar control diet, with only 4.8 g carbs, 99 calories, and 4.0% alcohol in 1 bottle/12 Oz. However, alcohol can cause rapid fluctuations in blood glucose levels and result in hyperglycemia, followed by a crash.

Enjoy Your Corona Light Beer Better Without Sugar Fluctuations
• Avoid drinking beer on an empty stomach to prevent hypoglycemia.
• Consider eating a salad made from high-fibre vegetables.
• Try eating proteins such as grilled chicken or paneer twenty minutes before drinking.
• Consider adding a fat source like nuts and cheese.

Beer gets a low food score because of its high sugar content in the form of maltose, which results in hyperglycemia; consequently, the liver does not produce glucose under the influence of alcohol, leading to a crash. Follow the tips mentioned above and enjoy your Corona Light Beer safely!

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