Cappuccino

I like to drink a cup of Cappuccino without sugar at Starbucks after shopping. It seems to give me energy, but it also seems to raise my blood glucose. So I really should not do it. I discovered also that when I make it at home with Nescafe Cappuccino, unsweetened taste, it has the same wrong effect on my bg, although when I make a skinny Nescafe Latte at home and put powder from Cadbury drinking chocolate on top it does not effect my bg levels. The label on the box of the skinny Nescafe latte reads that each mug contains 9% sugars, confirming that lower fat products often contain extra sugar. The sugars in the skinny latte consist of dried glucose syrup, Glucose syrup and sugar. It is amazing that it does not raise my blood sugar, but very nice!

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