Sushi Lovers Beware: How Your Favorite Dish Affects Blood Sugar

Sushi seems like a healthy choice, but does it really keep your blood sugar in check? Let’s take a closer look.

Check out this graph from @jwberezi. His blood sugar levels spiked after having sushi around 6pm. Despite a post-dinner walk, his levels stayed elevated until 6am the next morning!

Why? Sushi rice is often mixed with sugar, and even the fish can be cured with sugar. Wearing a blood sugar monitor can reveal just how much sushi can impact your levels. Think twice before indulging in this “healthy” option!

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