Carbohydrates in Entenmann's Light Donut
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Carbs and Fiber in Entenmann's Light Donut

Food Item: Entenmann's Light Donut
Food Quantity: 3 oz donut
Carbs: 38g
Dietary Fiber: 1g
Net Carbs: 37g

Entenmann's Light Donut and Diet

Not permitted when low carb dieting, donuts (like Entenmann's Light Donut) are typically high in calories with little dietary fiber or nutrition. Furthermore, some donuts are high in refined white flour (refined carbs), therefore high on the Glycemic Index, which means they can cause a rapid rise in blood-glucose, leading to excessive insulin production and a sudden drop in blood sugar. The longer-term health effects of eating high-GI foods include obesity and other symptoms, known collectively as metabolic syndrome. Increased risk of diabetes is another possibility. See also Diabesity and Insulin Resistance. Bottom line: if you want to lose weight and stay healthy, keep your intake of donuts and other refined white-flour carbs to a minimum. And if you must eat a donut, choose one made with whole wheat or wholegrain flour.

For more details about carbs in donuts, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in donuts and similar refined white flour bread-snacks can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Entenmann's Light Donut are intended as a guideline only.


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