Nutrition 0 MIN READ

The soup-er delicious way to keep blood sugar in check

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Although veggie soups are considered suitable for health, vegetables can lose their fibre content when the soup is being prepared. Moreover, veggie soups do not have protein and complex carbs. Also, making your soup with starchy veggies can cause blood sugar spikes.

Tasty ways to manage blood sugar levels
• Instead of blending your spinach soup, try using cut spinach. This will help retain the fibre and nutrients of the greens.
• It is always best to have spinach soup without straining it. This will help to retain the maximum amount of fibre.
• Adding a protein-rich ingredient to your spinach soup or having a protein dish as a side will further enrich your meal.

Spinach is a fibre-rich and non-starchy veggie, which helps to prevent any blood sugar spikes. Moreover, spinach has a low glycaemic index, which also helps prevent any spikes in blood sugar. Overall, spinach is the perfect veggie for people with diabetes and fitness enthusiasts.

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