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Healthy Egg Dinner Rolls to Avoid Spike in Blood Glucose Level

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Egg dinner rolls are undoubtedly a delicious food choice. Unfortunately, their impact on your glucose levels is not that great. Maida, the main component of egg dinner rolls, is a majorly simple carb and can instantly cause a blood sugar spike. Eggs are a good source of protein and, when paired with the right amount and type of carb, can be a healthy dinner choice.

Optimising Your Egg Dinner Rolls
• Consider changing the base of the rolls from maida to low-carb flour like almond flour or coconut flour.
• Try increasing proteins in the meal through eggs. Adding additional protein to the meal will change its glycemic index and aid in stabilising the blood sugar.
• Avoid adding table sugar. There are many alternatives to sugar, such as the plant-based sweetener called Stevia.

Refined wheat flour is proven to result in insulin resistance and increase the chances of cardiovascular diseases and depression, especially in women. The addition of sugar worsens the impact of maida on your glucose metabolism. Therefore, the best option would be to either swap maida for a low-carb flour, increase proteins in your meal or both. 

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