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Fish Curry For the Soul: Tips for Blood Sugar Stability and Flavorful Feasting!

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Fish curry is a popular dish that can be enjoyed as a part of a healthy meal. If eaten on its own as a meal, fish curry is a pure source of protein with low carbohydrates. But when pairing it with a carb like white rice (high GI) may cause hyperglycaemia, leading to a poor food score.

How to optimise Fish Curry
• Consider changing the rice to lower GI options like cauliflower rice, brown rice, black rice, or other whole grains, and reduce the number of simple carbs.
• Additionally, aim to have a minimum of 100 grams of cooked fish for protein, and get carbs from non-starchy vegetables like salads instead of rice.
• Following the food flow of fibre, protein, fat, and complex carbs can help create a balanced meal.

Studies have shown that consuming fish may help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes due to its omega-3 fatty acid content. According to one study, a higher intake of fish was associated with a lower incidence of type 2 diabetes. So, it is always better to pair it wisely to enjoy fish curry’s full benefits.

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