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The Probiotic Powerhouse: Greek Yoghurt for Glucose Metabolism

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

High in protein and low in carbs, Greek yoghurt has a low glycaemic index of 11 that helps slow down or prevent spikes in blood sugar levels. Further, the probiotic bacteria in the Greek yoghurt help break down lactose thereby improving your digestion.

Ways to boost your glucose metabolism with Greek yoghurt
• Adding nuts and fruits such as blueberries and nuts to make Greek yoghurt a more complete meal.
• Making a smoothie with Greek yoghurt, whey protein, banana, and nuts can give you a complete meal.
• Try adding low-GI fruits, such as apples, pears, and oranges, with greek yoghurt for a more wholesome experience and keep your glucose levels in control.

Consuming Greek yoghurt may be linked with lower insulin and glucose resistance, apart from helping to promote good gut health. Greek yoghurt is rich in calcium, and it can also help to reduce the risk of glucose impairment and metabolic diseases.

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