Diabetes warning: Five vegetables that could cause blood sugar levels to 'rise sharply'

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“Also, foods that contain or are cooked with fat and protein slow down the absorption of carbohydrate, lowering their GI,” the NHS notes.

For example, crisps have a lower GI than potatoes cooked without fat.

However, crisps are high in fat and should be eaten in moderation.

“If you only eat foods with a low GI, your diet may be unbalanced and high in fat,” warns the NHS.



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