It’s a little weird to say, but almonds are low in a number of the things that make you feel full. In fact, if you have two or more servings of almonds every day, you’re probably eating way more almonds than you should be. Not to mention the fact that almonds are high in carbs.
Here’s the thing about almonds: they are, by far, the least healthy of the foods we eat. They are loaded with carbs, and they are high in sugar. The main source of sugar in almonds is the fiber and, unfortunately, it is a great source of insulin. Insulin is a hormone that helps to control blood sugar and also helps to maintain blood sugar levels. Insulin is also linked to obesity and diabetes.
The problem comes in when you combine eating almonds with a lot of carbs for their heart-health benefits. Eating almonds is like eating an entire bag of cookies. You will end up in a state of insulin shock because your blood sugar levels are extremely high. And because of that, almonds can spike your blood sugar levels even more.
If you eat almonds, your blood sugar levels will spike. If you eat carbohydrates, your blood sugar levels will also spike. You could be eating carbohydrates and almonds but your blood sugar levels will still spike because of the insulin shock. This makes almonds a perfect low fodmap food for those who are insulin sensitive.
Almonds can spike your blood sugar levels, so it is a great preventative measure to reduce your risk of diabetes. There are even almonds that have been engineered to be hypoglycemic, meaning they will spike your blood sugar more, but not to the point that it could cause you to lose consciousness.
What is interesting to me is that almonds aren’t the only food item that affects blood sugar levels. Corn is also a blood sugar-related food. Corn is so high in sugar that it almost makes me vomit, but it does spike your blood sugar level because of the insulin shock. If you’re insulin sensitive, you should eat something that will spike your blood sugar level.
The other thing I noticed while watching this trailer is that it shows you the typical symptoms of an almond panic attack. Like, you jump up and start freaking out that youve been eating a whole bunch of almonds and need to stop. Or you might panic because youve been eating a bunch of almonds and you realize youve eaten almonds for the last time and you just want to stop.
I think it is safe to say that almonds are a big no-no among people who are insulin sensitive. But then again, Ive seen how people with insulin sensitivity react to almonds. So what you might not consider as “high-risk” is actually perfectly safe.
And so I think that almonds are a great way to get into the mind of your soul. I like that the name of the game’s first player is named “Angel.” It’s almost like an angel is doing a magic trick. That’s quite a cool name.
I was going to go with angels, but almonds are a bit too low-fodmap for that. Oh, and I dont know why, but I just thought that almonds would be a great name because they are low-fodmap to the almond. No way I would want to eat a whole almond. I actually like the idea of almonds because they are low-fodmap to almonds.