How Bread Affects Blood Sugar

Bread is strong in carbs, which are divided into two types: simple and complex.
Simple carbohydrates are sugars with one or two sugars in their chemical composition, such fructose and glucose.

 While this composition enables for fast energy production, it might cause blood sugar increases.

Complex carbohydrates include three or more sugars. Their "complex" composition slows digestion and slows blood sugar increase.

Classifying carbs as basic or complex does not account for their influence on blood sugar and chronic illnesses

Low-glycemic foods include oats and stone-ground whole-wheat bread. These meals slow the rising of blood sugar. High-glycemic meals like white bread are scored 70-100.

 They digest faster, causing considerable fluctuations in blood sugar levels. Plus, cereals that have been treated more have a higher GI than whole grains.

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