Nutrition 0 MIN READ

The Glucose-Friendly Alternative to Aloo Bhujia

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Aloo Bhujia is an Indian snack, typically made from fried potatoes and gram flour. These ingredients contain simple carbohydrates that cause a high spike in blood sugar levels. Aloo Bhujia also has refined sugar which is quickly digested. This adds to the spike in blood sugar levels, leading to hyperglycemia.

Here’s a healthy twist on Aloo Bhujia
• For a nutritious alternative, opt for Keto sev. This is made from chickpea flour which is low in carbs and high in protein.
• You may opt for Lupin flour or almond flour-based sev. These low-carb flours aid in weight loss and balance simple carbs in your meal. This slows down insulin response and controls blood sugar levels.

When you eat Aloo Bhujia, the simple sugars and starches in the snack are quickly broken down into glucose by the body. It can cause a rapid increase in blood sugar levels, leading to hyperglycemia. Additionally, potatoes directly increase cholesterol levels and the risk of developing glucose impairment. Keto sev or low-carb alternatives reduce the risk of metabolic diseases.

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