Does your blood sugar spike after oatmeal if you are diabetic? Do you know why oatmeal spike your blood sugar if you have diabetes? Can even a diabetic eat oatmeal at all? Dr. Ergin explains based on science and his experience with his patients. He talks about glycemic index, portion size, instant vs steel-cut oatmeal, etc.
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Steel-cut oats are the least broken down, so they are chewier than other oats.
Rolled oats on the other hand are called old-fashioned oats. They are steamed and rolled groats. The process helps them cook faster than steel-cut oats.
Instant oats are the most processed. They have minimal fibers. When possible, go for a steel-cut if you want all the benefits without a significant rise in blood sugar especially for type 2 diabetics.
Overnight oats refer to soaking in water overnight. Rolled oats are used for these recipes.
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