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How to munch on banana chips without messing up your blood sugar

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Banana chips are a tasty and popular snack. They contain fibre and nutrients that can slow down glucose absorption. Eating too many chips can cause spikes in blood sugar levels. To enjoy banana chips without blood sugar variations, it is best to eat them with other nutritious foods.

Go bananas: Top chips-tips for healthifying your snack
• Banana chips have lots of carbs, sugars, and calories. They should be eaten in moderation.
• You may pair banana chips with a source of protein or fibre. This will slow down the digestion process.
• You may consider healthier snack alternatives like baked chips.
• Consider opting for chips made with unrefined sugars rather than added artificial sweeteners.
• Portion sizes need to be controlled. Having chips on an empty stomach is not healthy.

Banana chips can be a healthy snack option, as they contain fibre, vitamins, and minerals. They are convenient and have a better shelf life, but their impact on glucose metabolism is a concern. Nonetheless, they are healthier than other readymade snacks as they have lesser sugar and sodium. Enjoy your favourite snack without guilt!

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