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Why do I get a glucose reading of over 200 after eating unsweetened steel cut oats?

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3 years ago

Dietitian's Answer

I cannot say for sure as each person is different. Oats, especially the least processed (steel cut), usually are slow absorbing to help prevent blood sugar spikes. If eating them other than cooked and plain, meaning if you're adding any toppings or cooking it in anything sweeter then those may be contributing to the effects. When checking a post-prandial blood sugar reading, it is suggested to wait about 2 hours.

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