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Eating low glycemic snacks throughout the day can make it easier for people living with diabetes to manage their blood sugars.Eating low glycemic snacks throughout the day can make it easier for people living with diabetes to manage their blood sugars.

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With breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and dessert recipes to choose from, this post will help you customize your own insulin resistance diet menu!

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Tired of chicken cooked the same, boring way? No worries! I've curated my favorite Cycle 1 friendly 17 Day Diet recipes especially for the C1 Challenge.

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Low-carb and vegetarian Chili Rellenos Bake is as good as Chile Rellenos from a restaurant; eat this as a casserole or as an appetizer!

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Unlike popular belief, the natural sugar from fruits certainly earn their place in a well-balanced diet. What's more, those managing blood sugars can also relish on fruit. Some sweet fruits present with a low glycemic score, suggesting valuable use for blood sugar management. Besides, most fruits are rich in fiber and other plant compounds valuable to health. So rather than being discouraged from the natural sugar, enjoy these 12 low-glycemic fruits for diabetics and those simply...

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With breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and dessert recipes to choose from, this post will help you customize your own insulin resistance diet menu!

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Do you want to eat low GI but don't know what to feed the kids? These scrummy and easy family meals are just what you need!

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The glycemic index or GI is a number from 0 to 100 assigned to a food, which represents the relative rise in the blood glucose level two hours after consuming that food. The GI of a specific food depends primarily on the quantity and type of carbohydrate it contains; but also is affected by the amount of entrapment of the carbohydrate molecules within the food, the fat and protein content of the food, the amount of organic acids (or their salts), and whether it is cooked and if so how it is cooked. A food is considered to have a low GI if it is 55 or less; high GI if 70 or more; and mid-range GI if 56 to 69. Diet management according to GI is essential for fitness particularly for people suffering from diabetes or over age of 35. Here's a division of food as per the GI. This information on GI would help you make wise and healthy choice of food Some Low GI snacks to stock-up on

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