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Go bananas with these A-peel-ing tips to optimize your blood sugar with banana chips!

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Bananas contain carbs and sugar, which could lead to a faster rise in your blood sugar levels and affect your blood sugar management. That said, if you still want to enjoy this medium-high glycemic food, you could portion control your way to fitness.

Bananas for you: Optimizations to ape for
• Try to pick healthier snacks, preferably baked, if you’re craving chips.
• Consider making healthy snacks at home. Baked vegetable chips, puffed millet, and roasted sprouts/beans are all good options.
• Consider walking for at least 10 mins after consuming these snacks; it might aid digestion and reduce blood sugar levels.
• Consider practicing portion control; sticking to 30 grams/serving should be fine.

Banana chips may contain sugar or syrups, which could bring about a glucose spike. To make matters worse, they also contain a heady dose of saturated fats, which may make you more susceptible to cardiovascular diseases. As a result, it would be a good idea to err on the side of caution and watch how much you eat.

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