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No Sugar Spike Snacking: Farmlite Active Oats and Almonds Cookies with Filter Coffee

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Oats in Farmlite Active Oats and Almonds cookies contain beta-glucans, a soluble fibre that helps slow glucose release. However, it can raise blood glucose levels when consumed in isolation. Moreover, the added sugar and lactose in the milk in filter coffee also lead to a hyperglycemic response.

Healthy habits with Farmlite Active Oats Almonds and filter coffee
• Try not to add sugar, milk sugars, or sweeteners to the filter coffee, as it will lead to a hyperglycemic response.
• You may opt for plant-based sweeteners like stevia.
• Consider having low-carb cookies made of almond or lupin flour with added nuts. The low-carb profile of the flour and the good fats from the nuts will stabilise glucose levels.

Cookies made with refined wheat flour contain high levels of carbohydrates that can spike glucose levels. Moreover, caffeine in filter coffee stimulates the adrenal glands to produce cortisol. The elevation in the cortisol level can cause an instant glucose spike. Optimising coffee and cookies can regulate your blood sugar levels.

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