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Our promise is simple: Offering great tasting low glycemic foods to support finding a cure for diabetes. Since our start up in 1989, Fifty50 has been  donating half of its profits to diabetes research and we will continue to do so until a cure is found. To date, we’ve donated over $13.6M to diabetes research. Every purchase you make from Fifty50 low glycemic foods helps increase our contribution to diabetes research. 

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If you are living with diabetes or just want to maintain better control of your glucose levels, the Low Glycemic diet is for you. All carbs are not created equal and the Glycemic Index will help you make informed choices about the carbs you eat and how they affect your blood sugar levels. Eating low glycemic foods will lower your A1c’s; that, plus lower cholesterol levels, a reduced risk of heart attack, and a reduced chance of a stroke.

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Fifty50’s broad selection of low glycemic foods help minimize blood glucose fluctuations without giving up your favorite treats. From sunup to sundown, Fifty50 Foods will help you manage blood sugar levels. So whether you are a chocolate lover, have a sweet tooth for cookies or candy, or are looking for a pure peanut tasting peanut butter with no added sugar, we have something you’ll enjoy. Check out our broad line of low glycemic foods today!

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    Lemon-Peach Frozen Yogurt

    If you want a delicious dessert without the fat and sugar of a commercial ice cream brand, look no further! The fresh lemon juice and zest enhance the natural peach sweetness in this recipe and a small amount of vodka keeps the consitency creamy. (Don't worry, you won't taste or "feel" it.) 

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    Strawberries & Cream Frozen Yogurt

    Looking for the flavor of an old fashioned home-churned ice cream, but not looking for fat and sugar? One serving of this recipe is less than 100 calories and just one carb exchange. The secret for the mild impact on blood sugar levels is that 3 large strawberries help fill the ½-cup serving and the sweetener used is a slowly-absorbed fructose.

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    Chocolate Raspberry Pie

    Who doesn’t love the wonderful taste of this traditional dessert? Something else to love about this pie is its gradual release of glucose into the bloodstream. No sugar spikes to deal with here. So, enjoy! Just remember to allow for refrigeration time so it’s ready when you are.

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    Lickety-Split Homemade Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

    Simple, scrumptious, easy to make and good for you. You only need three basic ingredients to prepare and enjoy this wonderful frozen dessert. Use your imagination for toppings or add other ingredients into the body of the yogurt as it starts to freeze. The sky’s the limit with this recipe!
     

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