Our expert says:
Even diabetics are allowed to eat carbohydrates that not low-GI. If you use the high-GI carbs together with fat-free milk or yogurt you will lower the GI of the combination. Adding oat bran (say 2T) or raisins or other dried fruit or nuts will also lower the GI of the combination. If you want to use cereals that are low-GI to start off with, then try wholewheat Pro-Nutro or Hi-fibre Bran or have cooked Maltabella.
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