Nature delivers sweet corn on the cob, so, strictly speaking, you should eat corn on the cob so that you are eating the whole food – all the chewy bits that tinned sweet corn takes out. (You can't have butter on corn on the cob, as this mixes fat with carbs).
Tinned or frozen sweet corn is OK, but it does have a high glycaemic index so it impacts blood glucose more than green vegetables and sal...
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