Low Sugar Lunch Ingredients List:
100g Cooked Chicken Breast
2 Cups Spinach
1 Omega 3 Enriched Organic Egg
Apple Cider Vinegar with “The Mother”
Low Sugar Lunch Ingredients breakdown:
Benefits of Egg:
Eggs are so full of nutrients; they should never be overlooked as a daily food.
Pantothenic acid – vitamin B5
Riboflavin – vitamin B2
And with only 78 calories, 6 grams of protein and 5 grams of fat – they will really fill you up too,
whilst providing you with a little bit of most nutrients that you need.
Benefits of Chicken:
Firstly Chicken should make you in a better mood…..
Chicken contains the amino acid tryptophan, which has been linked to higher levels of serotonin (the “feel good” hormone) in our brains. It also contains:
Chicken contains no sugar, so it is perfect for a low sugar lunch ingredients, and a whopping 23g of protein per 100g of chicken.
Benefits of Avocado:
Avocados do have high fats, but they are predominantly heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Avocados contain oleic acid which improves fat levels in the body and help control diabetes.
A single avocado contains a massive 10 grams of fibre and 30% more potassium than one banana!
Benefits of Spinach:
Spinach is a nutritional powerhouse that offers a range of essential nutrients, so make sure to add this to your low sugar lunch everyday. This leafy green vegetable is packed with vitamins like A, C, and K, as well as minerals such as magnesium, iron, and calcium. Additionally, calories in spinach are low and carbohydrates while being high in dietary fibre.
Apple Cider Vinegar with THE MOTHER:
ACV will help to normalise blood-sugar levels, reduce inflammation, aid weight loss and improve cholesterol levels.
ACV that contains the mother has enzymes and antioxidants that support cell metabolism and function … It’s high in flavonoids and beneficial bacteria, which contribute to the human microbiome – vital for cellular immunity and defence.”
A 2019 analysis of six small studies found that taking it daily resulted in lower fasting blood-glucose levels, as well as reduced cholesterol. A study in 2004 of people with insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes found that taking ACV after a high-carb meal reduced blood-sugar spikes.
Benefits of Black Pepper:
The Piperine in black pepper is considered a type of antioxidant that helps to lower the risk of chronic illnesses like atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, and neurological conditions.
This compound has a positive effect on nutrient bioavailability as well. When you add black pepper to your meal, you increase the amount of nutrients absorbed into your bloodstream. For another great nutrient dense lunch idea read this article.