3. Choose Low Glycemic Index Diets

The glycemic index is a system that ranks carbohydrates according to how quickly they are converted to glucose in the body, and the extent to which they raise your blood glucose level after you’ve eaten them.

Food with high glycemic index (70 or above) are broken down very quickly and result in a rapid rise in blood glucose.

Low glycemix index foods (55 and below) are a better choice because they are absorbed more slowly into the bloodstream and result in a steadier and more controlled rise in your blood glucose level.

Low GI diets also help reduce the risk of heart disease, help control appetite, delay hunger and help with weight management.

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