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How to eat to reduce blood glucose absorption in small intestine?

Human intestine is about 18 feet long and most of glucose absorption into blood happens in the small intestine. Nature has made the intestine 18 feet long so the absorption is gradual and slow. Eating low-carb and eating vegetables before the carbohydrates, helps the fiber fill in the intestinal space and reduces the impact of blood sugar absorption.

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