by Touseef Shaikh
Waffles are great. They’re crispy on the outside and soft on the inside and they’re perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. There’s no wrong time to eat a waffle.
There is a commonly held misconception that waffles are generally bad for your health. While it is true that they are high in calories they are also very high in fiber. On the contrary, it is very easy to swap out some ingredients if you want to make a healthier version of waffles. You could maybe use passionfruit or cranberries instead of maple syrup. You could also opt for a healthier spread instead of butter (e.g. hazelnut spread) when making the waffles. In addition, you could reduce the amount of sugar in the batter.
Also, it is very useful to note that if you ate one waffle each week you would be very healthy. If you ate a waffle each day for a month you would be eating about 30 waffles which can amount to a lot of kilojoules. The problem with eating 30 waffles in a month is that you could very easily have consumed 3-4 kilograms of sugar.
Here is some common myths
Myth 1- Waffles are high in cholesterol
Myth 2- Waffles contain high amounts of trans fats
Myth 3- Waffles have high levels of sugar
Fact- Waffles are actually beneficial to you. If you eat them regularly you will notice your body getting self-repairing properties, which will eventually lead you to live a long and healthy life.
Waffles are made from flour and water and are gluten-free, unless you eat them with gluten-filled syrup or toppings. There is no scientific reason to think that waffles are harmful or have a negative impact on your body. Waffles are yummy!
Diabetes is a disease which causes the body to produce high amounts of glucose in the blood. This is a problem because glucose is a simple sugar that is used by the body for energy. When the body doesn’t have enough insulin, it can’t use glucose for energy.
It depends! Most waffles are made from wheat flour, which is a no-go for diabetics because it can cause spikes in blood sugar levels. What’s more, waffles are typically eaten with syrup, which can also raise blood sugar levels.
Saturated fat has gotten a bad rep over the years and many people cut it out of their diet completely. While I’m not a fan of eating saturated fat every day, I do think it’s important to include it in your diet at least once a week.
It can take some time to make waffles, so there is another option, which is called frozen waffles. A frozen waffle is a lot more convenient than a regular waffle because it can be heated in a toaster and then eaten.
Sure, waffles may not be the healthiest breakfast option but when you’re trying to lose weight, they can be a great choice. The key is moderation, and the best way to do that is to combine a healthier breakfast with a heartier one.
It’s also important to make sure you’re eating breakfast because it’s the most important meal of the day. You should have a smoothie or a protein shake and then you should have a proper breakfast. Waffles contain essential nutrients for the day, you have to make sure to add healthy substitutes like fruits instead of regular ingredients.
Anything that is highly processed is refined. So, refined waffles are a type of waffle that is made with refined flour.
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