Many people find their blood glucose levels are high after eating high-fat meals containing carbohydrate. This can be due to under counting the carbohydrate grams in the meal or the slowed digestion of high-fat, carbohydrate containing meals.
The topics covered are:
- Identifying high-fat foods.
- Methods for managing your blood glucose levels.
The contents of this fact sheet were last updated February 2018
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