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Multigrain Bread: The Good, The Bad and The Yummy

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Are you looking for a healthier bread option that won’t cause a spike in your glucose levels? Regular bread is often made from refined flour, which is metabolised quickly and can raise your blood sugar levels. Most bread also contains sugar, which adds to the risk. However, there are alternatives to regular bread that can help you manage your glucose levels better. Multigrain bread is one such option that you can consider.

Now to optimise your bread intake
• Try using sourdough or almond flour bread which have a lower glycemic index.
• Have an open sandwich with some paneer or chicken topping instead of a closed sandwich with more bread.
• You can also pair your bread with some veggies, like avocado or cucumber, for added fibre and nutrients.
• Limit your portion size to one or two slices per meal.

Multigrain bread is made from whole grains that provide more fiber, vitamins, and minerals than refined flour. The fibre slows down the digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, which helps to prevent spikes in glucose levels. This makes multigrain bread a healthier option for those looking to manage their glucose levels, including fitness enthusiasts, people looking to lose weight, and prediabetics/diabetics.

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