Nutrition 0 MIN READ

Sip on Health: Filter Coffee without Sugar for Glucose Control

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Do you start your day with a cup of coffee? While coffee is a favourite beverage for many, it’s important to note its effect on glucose metabolism. Consuming coffee with sugar can lead to spikes in blood sugar levels, especially in those with prediabetes or diabetes. However, filtered coffee without sugar can positively impact glucose control. In addition, the milk in the coffee adds protein and fat, resulting in a lower glycemic response compared to black coffee.

How to optimise your coffee intake
• Try drinking filtered coffee without sugar.
• Consider adding milk to your coffee for the protein and fat content, resulting in a lower glycemic response.
• To reduce dairy consumption, you may also want to experiment with alternative milk options, such as almond or oat milk.

Filtered coffee without sugar can be an excellent addition to a healthy lifestyle, especially for fitness enthusiasts looking to lose weight or manage prediabetes or diabetes. Studies have shown that consuming coffee with milk can improve insulin sensitivity and decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes. Additionally, filtered coffee has been linked to a lower risk of developing chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease and certain cancers.

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