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News2012April › Eat almonds for breakfast to avoid the mid-morning sugar rush › April 2012

Eat almonds for breakfast to avoid the mid-morning sugar rush

If you have a sudden urge for something sweet in the middle of the day to raise lagging energy levels, try eating almonds for breakfast - they should help keep you going for longer, a new study has discovered

If you have a sudden urge for something sweet in the middle of the day to raise lagging energy levels, try eating almonds for breakfast - they should help keep you going for longer, a new study has discovered.
Almonds - a low glycemic food - help make you feel full for longer, and keep blood glucose levels down, say researchers from Purdue University.
High-glycemic foods - which include breakfast cereals such as Weetabix and Rice Krispies, white bread, doughnuts and waffles - are digested quickly, and result in rapid fluctuations in blood sugar levels, often countered by eating something sweet.
(Source: Institute of Food Technologists' Wellness 12 meeting, March 30, 2012).


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