We all know refined carbs (white rice, white bread, sugar) are bad for you because they have no/low fiber and have a high glycemic index.
However, since Huel has lots of fiber, does eating refined carbs with huel LOWER the glycemic index of refined carbs THAN eating refined carbs alone?
^If the answer is yes, does that mean it’s safer to eat refined carbs since you’ve effectively lowered the GI index? If not, why?
EDIT: I’m on a 100% Huel diet (breakfast, lunch and dinner), which helps me hit my total macros for fats and protiens but NOT my carbs, and it also hits my total daily fiber-intake (any more would create too much bloating). For those reasons, I supplement huel with 4 slices of white bread (3 times a day) to fulfill my total macro and fiber requirments for the day.