In Which Order We Eat Foods Is Essential To Regulate Blood Glucose Level

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One study shows that taking carbohydrates at the end of a meal reduced the blood glucose levels. Always drink the juice before a coffee with milk, do not drink water after eating certain fruits, or drink the orange juice fast so that the vitamins do not go away are just some of the tips given by people. However, they do not have a solid scientific basis.

Now, a new study has shown that the order in which we eat food during a meal can influence the way our body metabolizes the foods we consume. According to the research carried out by the Kanazawa University in Japan, eating vegetables first, then meat, and finally carbohydrates, significantly reduces postmeal blood glucose which is essential for a normal insulin level in the blood.

The study has been conducted on both men and women with no family history of diabetes. All of the participants, after a day of fasting, were provided with three different food combinations they could eat, over three days. Glucose and insulin levels were measured before and after each meal.

In Which Order We Eat Different Type of Foods Is Essential To Regulate Blood Glucose Level

According to the researchers, the participants who ate rice at the end of the meal showed a significant decrease in blood glucose levels compared to those who had taken rice at the middle of the dinner and even less than those who had eaten rice at the beginning of the meal.

Having too much sugar in the blood for long periods of time can cause serious health problems. Hyperglycemia can damage the blood vessels that carry blood to vital organs. That can lead to heart and kidney disease, stroke, and neurological and ophthalmological problems, among others.

In conclusion, the researchers said, it’s imperative to respect in which order we eat different types of foods, paying attention to get our carbs last to regulate blood glucose level.

Vadim Ioan Caraiman

Vadim is a passionate writer on various topics but especially on stuff related to health, technology, and science. Therefore, for Great Lakes Ledger, Vadim will cover health and Sci&Tech news.