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Diabetes: The doctor shares the worst breakfast choices for blood sugar control

However, unhealthy low-GI options include chocolate and chips, which can be high in fat.

"Relying on GI alone is not a reliable way to determine if foods or combinations of foods are healthy," the NHS said.

Furthermore, research shows that it is the amount of carbohydrate eaten, rather than its GI rating alone, that has the "greatest impact on blood sugar levels after meals".

This is the reason why Dr. Brewer also suggests "losing some excess weight" by looking at portion sizes.

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