Nutrition 0 MIN READ

Lamb Kebab: The Snack that Won’t Let You Down

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Lamb kebab is a popular dish among meat lovers for all good reasons. It’s not only delicious but also a great source of protein. It helps build and repair your muscles, making it an ideal option for fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and biohackers.

Lamb kebab is a pure protein with no glucose properties and can cause hypoglycemia due to its structure. However, if you pair it with simple carbs or starch, it can spike blood glucose levels.

Optimising Lamb Kebab for a healthy diet
• For hypoglycemia, you can try putting together the lamb kebab with 30-50 grams of complex carbs like quinoa, black rice or low-carb cauli rice.
• In the case of hyperglycemia, you may pair your lamb kebab with sauteed vegetables rich in fibre instead of simple carbs or starch.

Lamb kebab can be a delicious and healthy option which helps you build muscle and lose weight, but those with pre-existing health conditions should be careful. However, necessary adjustments to optimise its health benefits will keep your blood glucose levels in check.

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