Nutrition 1 MIN READ

Revamping Onion Parathas to Make Them Blood Sugar Friendly

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Every foodie loves onion parathas. They have a thick covering of dough made of wheat flour. Consequently, there will be a lot of carbohydrates in the meal, which will cause a spike in glucose levels for a long time. Anyone who is trying to control their blood sugar will have to be extra careful about the consumption of parathas. Nevertheless, you don’t have to eliminate it, you just need to improve its nutrition.

Consuming onion paratha that is also glucose-friendly
• Try to consume ACV with water 5-10 minutes before a meal.
• Try making parathas with cow ghee or grass-fed full-fat butter. Fat slows down the release of glucose into the bloodstream.
• You may increase the stuffing in the paratha or add another portion of protein like paneer or chicken keema with a bowl of vegetable salad.
• Try to follow the food flow – fibre > protein > complex carbs.
• Consider walking for 10 minutes after a meal.

Foods like parathas are full of carbs which is not healthy for your glucose levels. You may need to take a balanced meal rich in fibre and protein to stay healthy. Having this food occasionally and combining it with physical activities will help you keep your blood sugar regulated.

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