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Ice creams are delicious and dairy-rich – but watch out for sugar-level spikes!

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Ice-creams are a dairy-rich and delicious treat that many of us enjoy. However, ice-creams also contain refined sugar, which can cause a glucose spike. Though the melt-in-the-mouth delicacy can be enjoyed in moderation, the type of ice cream and the timing of consumption also play a role in this regard.

Maintain your glucose levels even with ice creams in your diet plan
• Keeping a check on how much ice cream you eat is important.
• Try yoghurt-based ones with less sugar.
• For added nutrition, try out flavors like choco hazelnut, coffee walnut or Kesar almond.
• To avoid the sugar altogether, try delicious, sugar-free ice cream!
• Have a high-protein, low-carb meal – then go for the ice cream!

Carbohydrates and added sugar may cause a moderate rise in your sugar levels. Still, ice creams may contain some important nutrients such as calcium and vitamins D and A. Opting for ice creams with more protein and fat helps reduce sugar absorption rate.

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