Save the carbs for last!

While it’s good to eat fewer carbs overall to control blood sugar levels, it’s not always that easy.
New research has shown that when people eat carbohydrates at the end of the meal after consuming vegetables and protein, their post-meal blood glucose levels were about half as high as when they ate carbs first. The carbohydrate-last meal was also associated with lower insulin secretion and higher levels of a gut hormone that helps regulate glucose and satiety – meaning you’re likely to eat less overall!
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