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Paneer Tikka Paradise: A Glucose-Approved Method!

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

The main ingredient in paneer tikka is paneer. If made from regular milk, paneer has a high-fat content, but it is rich in protein. That’s why paneer can help reduce postprandial glucose and blood sugar levels.

Ways you can eat paneer tikka while managing your blood sugar levels
• Paneer tikka is a good food option by itself, but try to have it along with a source of complex carbs and veggies (for fibre) for a balanced meal.
• Having paneer tikka with a handful of mixed nuts or avocados is also a good idea because the fats from these foods can help stabilise glucose levels.
• The fat in regular cottage cheese can help reduce blood sugar levels. So, consider opting for regular cottage cheese instead of low-fat versions.

Paneer is rich in calcium (around 11% of the recommended daily value), which may help to reduce insulin resistance. Insulin resistance increases the risk of heart disease and type-2 diabetes. Moreover, cottage cheese contains significant amounts of amino acids, tryptophan and threonine that can help to improve insulin sensitivity.

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