"La fruta tiene mucha azúcar” es algo que escucho seguido. Es entendible que muchos piensen así por que la azúcar se ha convertido en el mayor villano 😈 del mundo de la salud. Pero hay que entender que hay diferentes tipos de azúcar.
🛑 La azúcar refinada/procesada es uno de los principales culpables de la epidemia de la obesidad por lo cual es mejor evitarla.
🍊 Pero la azúcar que de forma natural contienen los alimentos (frutas, verduras) es todo lo contrario. Las frutas contienen fructosa, pero además son ricas en fibra, vitaminas, antioxidantes, y minerales. Así que no tengas miedo de comer fruta, no te va ha hacer ningún daño. Las que a mí más me gustan son: mango, fresas y plátano. ¿Cuál es tu fruta favorita?
“Fruit has too much sugar” is something I hear often. It’s understandable that many people think this way because sugar has become a major 👿 villain in the health world. But you gotta understand that not all sugar is the same, there are different types.
🛑 Refined/processed sugar is one of the main culprits of the obesity epidemic, which is why it is best to avoid it.
🍍But the sugar that naturally comes from real food (fruits, vegetables) is the complete opposite. Fruit contains fructose but is also rich in fiber, vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. So there is no need to be afraid of eating fruit, it will not hurt you. My favorite are: mango, strawberries and banana. What’s your favorite fruit?
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Do you know much about the glycaemic index (GI)? 🍬Perhaps not if you aren’t a diabetic, but the GI of foods is important for everybody to understand. 🥐 In simple terms, the glycaemic index ranks carbohydrates according to their effect on blood sugar levels.🍭 If a food has a low glycaemic index it means that the glucose from this particular food is absorbed slowly, promoting only a gradual and much slower rise in blood sugar levels. The opposite goes for high GI foods, which cause a rapid rise in blood sugar levels when consumed. 📈 Diabetic or not, the more stable your blood sugar levels are, the better your appetite control, the less likely you are to crave sugary foods, the better your energy levels, concentration and feelings of satiety and weight management will be 🙌🏼 Foods are ranked from 0-100, 100 being the highest index! Foods with a ranking less than 55 are termed low, 55-70 medium, and 70+ is classified as high! Examples of Low GI foods include all bran, oat bran, rolled oats, porridge, multigrain breads, most non-starchy vegetables, strawberries, peaches, apples, pears, most dairy products, lentils, chickpeas, barley, pasta & brown rice! 🍓 It is not only important to consider the glycaemic index when it comes to consuming carbohydrate foods, but it’s also important to understand the glycaemic load - which takes into account the GI and the quantity of that food consumed! To work this out, you simply multiply the glycaemic index by the carbohydrate content of that food (in grams) and then divide that number by 100! ✔️ When making food at home, it’s super simple to reduce the glycaemic index of your food by making some simple ingredient changes! Look at my wholemeal Apple muffins for example 👌🏽 Don’t forget about portion sizes either 😋
Bora adoçar um pouco o feed de vocês com esse Churros de doce de leite com coco ralado (R$8)
É uma tentação mesmo... 😋
O Churros de lá é bem sequinho, bastante recheado e muuuuito bom! (Eu amei de verdade)
, me patrocina! 😂
E ah, eles têm vários sabores de recheios e toppings, inclusive, uns especiais de Oreo, KitKat, Nutella, entre outros.
Obrigado, de nada! 😘