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Enjoy the Goodness of Moong Dal Dosa Without Affecting Your Blood Sugar

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Moong dal dosa is a savoury Indian pancake made from moong dal. Dals are good sources of carbohydrates, and moong dal is no exception. Carbohydrates are an important energy source for the body but can also affect blood sugar levels. When we eat carbohydrates, they are broken down into glucose, which is absorbed into the bloodstream, causing blood sugar levels to rise.

Optimising Moong Dal Dosa For Healthy Blood Glucose Levels
• Pair moong dal with one or more vegetarian protein sources, like tofu, in a meal.
• Pair moong dal dosa with one bowl of paneer bhurji.
• Eat moong dal with a portion of Greek Yogurt.
• Add vegetables and cheese to the moong dal batter to slow digestion and the overall glucose spike.

Although moong dal dosa is high in fibre, which can slow down glucose absorption into the bloodstream, cooking moong dal reduces its fibre content.When consumed in moderation and as part of a balanced meal, moong dal dosa is unlikely to impact blood sugar levels significantly.

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