The World’s Healthiest Foods says “Yes.” The richness of whole grains and high fiber can help keep your blood sugar in balance. The author emphasizes the importance of 100% whole grain products, and notes that many which claim to be “whole grain” may contain less than 5%. Also provided are some general principles for consuming whole grains to control blood sugar. These include combining whole grains with protein-rich food, and being aware of different serving sizes. “Treat grains and breads more like side dishes that complement your meals,” the author writes, and be sure to speak to your healthcare provider.
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