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11/5/15 7:19 A

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Bulgur has potassium in it and diabetics need to control potassium and bulgur is made from wheat kernels...wheat may raise blood sugar in some diabetics...test afterwards to see if you can tolerate it....and limit your portion size.....

1 cup of bulgur has about 34 carbs.....yes really.

Maybe try wild rice....Consuming wild rice could ensure that you get the required nutrients, without packing on the pounds. Wild rice is low in calories, fat and sugar and does not contain cholesterol, sodium or gluten...it has Vitamin B, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, fiber and protein. Same amount in carbs but it contains complex carbs and belongs to the low glycemic index foods list.

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11/3/15 9:17 A

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Has anyone tried it as a substitution to rice? What are your thoughts on it?

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