Nutrition 0 MIN READ

House Salad: The colourful palette for a healthy glucose metabolism

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

House salads are a simple yet effective way to maintain blood sugar levels. Rich sources of fibre and significantly low in carbohydrates, salads flatten glucose spikes in your blood. Glucose spikes usually happen due to increased carbohydrate intake. Maintain your glucose levels by making house salad a habit.

Optimisation tips for making salads to regulate glucose levels
• Make your salads flavourful by adding high-protein toppings like grilled chicken and boiled eggs.
• Consider adding complex carbohydrates like quinoa to the salad as they are rich in vitamins, minerals and healthy fats.
• Try to make your salads colourful by adding low-carb vegetables that taste delicious. You can add cucumbers, bell peppers, mushrooms, etcetera.
• Consider pairing salads with some good fats. Mixed nuts and seeds in salads make it a nutritiously smart combo.

House salads are often rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, which can reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity. This can help prevent insulin resistance. Remember not to be fooled by ready-made salads and salad toppings full of hidden sugars that are harmful instead of beneficial.

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