In general, unpolished red rice variety poha has a relatively low GI value with high fiber compared to other types of rice because its starch granules are less refined than those found in white rice or brown rice. Which means they break down more slowly in our digestive system and doesn’t cause the blood sugar levels to spike suddenly. But again, moderation is the key here and its advisable to consult your healthcare practitioner. White rice poha is a strict no for diabetics.
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