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'Slow calorie' draws attention in fights against obesity, diabetes

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In order to curb obesity and prevent diabetes from getting worse, preventing sudden spikes in blood sugar levels - a condition called postprandial hyperglycemia (PPHG) - is vital.

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"SLOW calorie", a way of eating so that glucose is absorbed slowly into the blood and sudden spikes in blood sugar are minimised, is an idea that is gaining ground. Garnering attention as a measure to fight obesity and ward off diabetes or prevent it from getting worse, slow-calorie

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