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Ditch the jaggery: Optimize your Tea with Milk and keep your blood sugar in check

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

If you’re one of those who enjoy adding jaggery to your tea, it’s time to consider the impact it could have on your health. Jaggery, an unrefined sweetener, is often used as a healthier alternative to refined sugar. However, despite its natural origins, it may not be the best for your metabolic health. It can cause hyperglycemia due to its quick absorption into the bloodstream. Therefore, it’s essential to optimise your tea with milk for healthy glucose metabolism.

Get the best out of your Tea with Milk: Simple optimisations you can try
• Choose natural sweeteners such as stevia, erythritol, or monk fruit.
• Use nut-based milk or soy milk instead of regular milk. This gives you a creamy texture without added sugars and calories.

Consuming tea with nut-based milk or soy milk instead of regular milk can reduce the intake of refined sugars. Thereby reducing the risk of elevated cortisol levels and hyperglycemia. In addition, swapping jaggery for natural sweeteners can further regulate blood sugar levels. These small adjustments to your tea can significantly improve your overall health and well-being.

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