Does doctors eat sugar?
Does doctors consume sugar in any form? If yes, which form of sugar? And if no, what do they consume when they have sweet tooth? Also, do they eat fast food outside? If No, how do they manage to control the craving and what do they have as an alternative? It's a weird question but I am asking this from curiosity! Kindly share your views, Practo Doctors.
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Your question is valid. Doctors do consume sugar. The point is that it should be in moderation. If you want to know about the absorption of sugar and other carbohydrates, it is called glycemic index. If glycemic index is high it means,it is being absorbed very fast and leading to rise in blood sugar levels. It is better to eat sweat things with low glycemic index like fruits with high cover content. Plain sugar , sweats, sugary drinks, chocolates have high glycemic index and should be taken in low quantity. Craving for sugary happens when you are not having proper meals and especially breakfast. Your diet should contain high fibre content like salads, and green leafy vegetables so that you have a feeling of fullness /satiety. Hope that answers your question.
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