Nutrition 1 MIN READ

Healthy Snacking: Macadamia Nuts for Glucose Control

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Macadamia nuts are tasty and full of nutrients that can help control blood sugar levels. The body turns glucose into energy through a complicated process called glucose metabolism, and problems with this process can cause low blood sugar. Eating macadamia nuts can help improve glucose metabolism and lower the risk of low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia).

Nutty solutions to stabilise sugar: How to add macadamia nuts into your diet
• You can have a small serving of macadamia nuts with low-GI fruits like bananas for a snack that does not affect your blood sugar levels.
• To avoid blood sugar spikes, consider raw or dry-roasted macadamia nuts instead of processed ones with added sugars.
• You may add macadamia nuts to salads, stir-fries, or as a topping for yoghurt or oatmeal for more nutrients and stable blood sugar levels.
• Macadamia nut butter is a tasty and nutritious alternative to regular nut butter, but watch out for added sugars or unhealthy ingredients.
• You may use macadamia nut oil for cooking and salad dressings.

Macadamia nuts have a positive effect on glucose metabolism. Their high content of healthy fats, fibre, and antioxidants helps regulate blood sugar levels and reduce inflammation. Adding macadamia nuts to your diet is an easy and delicious way to improve overall health.

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