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Don’t Wing It: How to Keep Glucose Levels Stable with Chicken

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Chicken is a lean protein source that has less amount of carbohydrates. Therefore, consuming chicken will not cause a spike in blood glucose levels. However, it is essential to pay attention to cooking methods and avoid sauces that contain high sugar. Additionally, it is preferable to consume a balanced diet of chicken that is rich in protein along with low-carb vegetables.

Stabilising your glucose level while eating Chicken
• Choose skinless chicken breast with minimal added fats and carbohydrates.
• Consider avoiding frying chicken, as this can add unwanted carbohydrates and fats.
• Try incorporating high-fibre vegetables or whole grains that have high complex carbs with your chicken meal.
• Consider using low-sugar or sugar-free sauces and marinades to minimize added sugars.
• Consider intake of portion sizes and consume chicken as part of a balanced meal.

The science behind the association between chicken and glucose levels is based on the nutrient composition of chicken. Chicken is a source of protein with low carbs that do not contain significant sugar. However, it s recommended to prepare the chicken in low-sugar sauces and pair it with salad prepared in olive oil.

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