Will Chili Raise Blood Sugar?

If you have diabetes, you always have to worry about whether what you’re eating is going to mess with your blood sugar. But the good news is that chili shouldn’t hurt you. In fact, it might even help you to be healthier! Chili peppers actually have a couple of chemicals in them that can lower your blood sugar levels. They can also help to keep the walls of your arteries clean by keeping fatty deposits and clots from sticking to the artery walls!

Chili is also pretty healthy: It’s got protein, iron, and fiber. And if you put beans in your chili, you don’t have to worry about the carbs in them: Beans are low on the glycemic index, which is a fancy way of saying that they won’t make your blood sugar spike. So go ahead and have some chili. It’s good for you!

Chuck 'The Chili Guy' Miller

Hey I'm Chuck "The Chili Guy" Miller. Chili is my passion so I have expertly crafted my list of tried and true award worthy chili recipes that will warm your soul. My gift to you from one chili connoisseur to another. - Chuck

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