Go Low for High Energy

November 1, 2017

cookiebox.jpgSwings in your blood sugar levels can make you feel lousy. And the highs and lows can increase your risk for serious health problems such as type 2 Diabetes, stroke and heart disease. By adopting a diet comprised of mostly Low-Glycemic foods, you can gain better blood-sugar control, maintain higher energy levels and feel better.

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Not sure which foods are high and low and where they rank on the Glycemic Index (GI)? This  Guide to a Low Glycemic Diet for Better Blood Glucose Control will help you to make informed choices.

Fifty50 Foods has the most extensive variety of certified branded Low-Glycemic foods – ranging from peanut butters and fruit spreads to candies and cookies to breakfast items like syrup and oatmeal to baking items like pie crusts, crystalline fructose – with more items being developed. The company’s new packaging and labeling helps you more easily identify the best Low-Glycemic choices so you can enjoy the flavorful foods you love. 

Want to keep your energy up and maintain steady blood sugar levels? Here’s how to eat the Low GI way throughout your day:

Breakfast: For a hearty and satisfying breakfast, try this Baked Zucchini Frittata that is high in protein and Low on the GI. Want something that is quick and grab-and- go? Then these delicious Oat Bran Applesauce Muffins are for you. They also make a great snack.

Lunch: How does a tasty salad loaded with vitamins and fiber sound? This Spinach Salad with Poppy Seeds and Pine Nuts will leave you feeling full longer. Add a cup of Cream of Carrot and Celery Soup for creamy goodness.

Dinner: Better than takeout, this Weeknight Oriental Chicken will replace your local delivery favorite. For a vegetarian option, try Smashed Tomatoes over Penne that is zesty, healthy and easy to prepare.

Dessert: Going Low-Glycemic doesn’t mean you have to give up your sweet tooth. You’d never guess this Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut Cake is Low-GI since it is so rich and flavorful.

For more recipes and information on how a Low-Glycemic diet can help you Eat Well and Feel Good, visit Fifty50 Foods.

Posted: 11/1/2017 10:48:27 AM by WV Admin | with 1 comments
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Roger Crannell
I as of today not be diagnosed with diabetic neuropathlogy. but i am taking gulose readings for 1 month until JAN. 3rd 2018.
Just making an inquiry about which products would be best for a person with readings between 95. Thru 117.

Thank You
Roger
11/16/2017 11:39:06 PM

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