Q. Is bread made with sprouted grains really better than other whole grain breads for controlling blood sugar?

A. Anastassios Pittas, MD, co-director of the Diabetes and Lipid Center, answers: “Blood sugar (blood glucose) levels rise when carbohydrates are digested and the resulting glucose molecules are absorbed into the bloodstream. The more refined a carb is, the less fiber it has, and the faster it will be digested and absorbed. Whole grain breads, […]
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