Our expert says:
The reason why the dietitian said that you should eat low-GI bread, is that the carbohydrates in these breads will not overstimulate your insulin and glucose levels in the blood which will in turn make the insulin resistance worse. You can also try eating rye bread. If you have an allergy or intolerance to brown bread then you must discuss this with your dietitian so that she can suggest alternatives. If you are just not used to eating low-GI bread, then this is something you should try to slowly get used to. White bread has a very high-GI and is not a good idea when you have insulin resistance.
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