French Fries Can Be Healthier than Salads So Put Down that Dressing
According to a new scientific study, which included monitoring the rise of blood sugar levels in individuals after eating the same diet. The conclusion showed that every person responded differently to each item. If a person’s blood sugar level spiked after eating sushi then another’s spiked after eating a banana.
The study was led by Professor Eran Segal of the Weizmann Institute in Israel who said, “The huge differences that we found in the rise of blood sugar levels among different people who consumed identical meals highlights why personalized eating choices are more likely to help people stay healthy than universal dietary advice.”
So this could mean that eating a salad could be healthier for one person than the other person who eats french fries instead. So the next time you are tempted in a drive-thru, the option of something loaded with carbs may just be right for you than someone else who prefers salads.