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shanusweet232

20 Jul, 2019 04:05 AM

Yeah, that's simple... until you remember that serving sizes are frequently ridiculous. With few exceptions, restaurants don't have serving size information, prompting you to drag out the old scale. And on top of that, people usually just don't follow those serving size guidelines. How often does a can of soup actually get used for two servings?

While the GL is a nice indicator of approximately how many carbs you're eating, which will tell you something about what kind of blood sugar increase you'll likely experience from consuming a given meal, it has its issues. Remember that eating a meal shouldn't be as complicated as forecasting the weather, and then take GL for what it is: an estimate that will generally be a little off.

Although all carbohydrate containing foods increase your blood sugar level, they don't do it at the same rate. Obviously when you have diabetes, Type 1 or Type 2, you want the slowest and smallest possible rise in sugar after your meal. Choosing the right carbohydrates will help you do this.

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