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The Bittersweet Truth: How Peanut Chikki Bars Can Cause Blood Sugar Fluctuations

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Peanut Chikki bars contain a high amount of sugar, which can cause a rapid rise in blood glucose levels. This is due to the quick absorption of sugars into the bloodstream, leading to a spike in insulin levels. Over time, repeated consumption of high-sugar foods like peanut chikki bars can lead to insulin resistance and an increased risk of diabetes.

Optimizing the consumption of peanut chikki bar to reduce glucose fluctuations
• Try to consume peanut chikki bars in moderation, around 20 grams to avoid excess sugar intake.
• Opt for chikki bars with lower sugar content or natural sweeteners like honey or jaggery instead of refined sugar.
• Try consuming a peanut chikki bar with whey and water. It can reduce glucose fluctuation by slowing down the absorption of glucose due to the protein content in whey.

Consumption of peanut chikki bars can cause hyperglycemia due to the high sugar content in the bar. This can cause a rapid rise in blood glucose levels and lead to insulin resistance over time.

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