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Intro – 0:00
Fruit Smoothies – 00:46
Whole Wheat Bagel – 01:14
White Bread – 01:44
Breakfast Cereals – 02:22
Fruit Juice – 03:00
Fruit On The Bottom Yogurt – 03:47
Scones With Cream – 04:19
Specialty Coffee Drinks – 04:39
Natural Sweeteners – 05:08
Pancakes – 05:51
Muffins – 06:29
Toaster Pastries – 07:21
Granola Bars – 07:53
Jams And Jellies – 08:23
1. Fruit Smoothies: Sure, it seems healthy, but a pulverized, low-fiber smoothie made primarily of fruit tops our list of foods diabetics should avoid. Smoothies can be large cups of carbs and sugar. Especially if there’s no protein or healthy fat that acts similarly to fiber to slow digestion and prevent blood sugar from spiking.
2. Whole Wheat Bagel: Don’t be fooled, choosing a whole wheat bagel does not translate to fewer carbohydrates when compared to its white counterpart. One bagel is equivalent to eating about 4–6 slices of bread, which means it is very carbohydrate dense and can raise blood sugar. It is also lacking in filling fiber and protein. So, you are likely to be hungry an hour or two after eating one, which can negatively impact your blood sugar and weight.
3. White Bread: Refined carbohydrates, such as white bread are starches that have undergone processing which removes the bran and germ of the grain. This strips them of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They can cause big blood sugar spikes yet yield little to no nutritional value.
4. Breakfast Cereals: Breakfast cereals are often marketed as healthy — with boxes featuring health claims like low-fat and whole-grain. Yet, their first listed ingredients are often refined grains and sugar. They are among the most popular breakfast foods that are also one of the worst for diabetics. Don’t be fooled as studies show that these health claims are an effective way to mislead people into believing that these products are healthier.
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