Diabetes: The potatoes 'to eat' or 'avoid' to lower blood sugar levels

While the GI can be useful when considering what foods to eat, diabetics also have other considerations too.

The NHS elaborated: “Research has shown that the amount of carbohydrate you eat, rather than its GI rating, has the biggest influence on blood glucose levels after meals.”

This means portion control is key when it comes to good blood sugar control.

“It’s also important to eat a healthy, balanced diet that is low in fat, sugar and salt, and high in fruit and vegetables,” the NHS added.

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