Healthy Eating & disadvantages of eating home made popcorn

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Budhe-Baba

In order to move to healthier eating, I am trying to reduce namkeens and packed popcorns for my family.

So I shifted to raw popcorn kernels and making plain popcorns from them in my home cooker.

Is there any harmful effects of eating homemade popcorns? I heard something about blood sugar rising, etc. I mean popcorn is just a simple corn without any oil and preservatives, then are there any disadvantages?

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Hunk Hunk
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gotta Google about it. 🐒🐒🐒

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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ganga jal ki umar me baba g kya kya kar rahe ha

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kukdookoo wrote:

ganga jal ki umar me baba g kya kya kar rahe ha

family ke liye bhi hai. Not just for me.

Budding Star Budding Star
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Corn in general has high GI
So on eating it will release glucose in blood in short time which will result in spike

Moderate quantity is fine

Gujarat Titans Gujarat Titans
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Eat moderately and exercise regularly, then no need of such posts and google, body will automatically give symptoms if anything wrong

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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roz khani h kya…

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hackerboys wrote:

roz khani h kya…

Haan, wo bhi donga bhar ke.

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Haan, wo bhi donga bhar ke.

fir subah tattiyan krna donge bhar ke

Hunk Hunk
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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Haan, wo bhi donga bhar ke.

mujhe bhi dena bhai. saalon se nai khaya hun 😌

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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doing same for last 2 years, no more ACT II 😌

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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noobDealer wrote:

doing same for last 2 years, no more ACT II 😌

But pop corn doesn’t taste like theatre ones. Home made ones are soft as well, tried many techniques…..

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myfungang829 wrote:

But pop corn doesn’t taste like theatre ones. Home made ones are soft as well, tried many techniques…..

who want popcorn to be hard? it should be crunchy soft. use full flame/high heat

The Alpha The Alpha
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Nothing is harmful when u comsume in limit

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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BAT_MAN wrote:

Corn in general has high GI
So on eating it will release glucose in blood in short time which will result in spike

Moderate quantity is fine

The glycemic index of corn is 52

Foods with a GI from 56 to 69 are medium glycemic foods. Low-glycemic


foods score less than 55. Foods with a high-glycemic index (70 and



above) can increase your blood sugar level.


https://www.healthline.com/health/diabetes-corn...

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So this is also bad now. For past few days, I am eating a big bowl full of popcorn (around 200 gms of kernels I think) while watch a TV sad

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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Budhe-Baba wrote:

So this is also bad now. For past few days, I am eating a big bowl full of popcorn (around 200 gms of kernels I think) while watch a TV sad

it is okay baba g check previous reply of mine. its gi is 52


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We now eat bajra, makka, jowar,barley,ragi atta instead of regular atta and rock sugar instead of refined sugar

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