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Transforming Your Neera Dosa into a Blood Sugar-Friendly Meal

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Neer dosa is a popular rice-based crepe dish from the Tulu region, which is made from rice batter. While rice is a good source of carbohydrates, it has a high glycemic index, which can lead to spikes in blood glucose levels.

Optimization for Neer Dosa
• Consider pairing dosa with fibre-rich, protein-rich and healthy fat sources to slow down the release of glucose and improve the overall response.
• Try to reduce the portion size of the dosa; this will help control the carbohydrate intake.
• Consider replacing carbs with complex carbs to further control the glycemic index.

Rice is a carbohydrate-rich food that can cause a rapid rise in blood sugar levels due to its high glycemic index. Pairing it with other macronutrients, such as fibre, protein, and fat can slow down the release of glucose into the bloodstream, improving overall glucose response. By controlling portion sizes and choosing complex carbs over simple carbs, the glycemic index of Neer Dosa can be further optimized to minimize the risk of hyperglycemia.

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