See recent articles here about Low GI diets, maintaining a healthy lifestyle by managing blood sugar levels, new and relevant research findings, and Fifty50 in the news.

Fifty50 Foods Updates Packaging for its Low-Glycemic Products

Food Beverage Media highlights Fifty50 Foods new packaging

Food Beverage Media

Healthy Low-Glycemic Foods for Blood Sugar Levels

Learn about quality Low-Glycemic food options from the Supplement Police

Quality Options with Fifty50 Foods

Create a Healthy Eating Plan

Want an easy way to lose weight? Women's Health Magazine shares tips on how to use the Glycemic Index to create a healthy eating plan with lower carbs and foods that don't quickly raise your blood sugar levels.

Make cutting carbs easy with Low Glycemic Diet

Major Health Benefits with a Low-Glycemic Diet

Here's how switching to a Low-Glycemic diet can have major health benefits including reduced risk of age-related eye disease. Read what the researchers at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University say about prevention.

Switch to Low-Glycemic Diet to Help Reduce Eye Disease

Should Diabetics Use the Glycemic Index?

U.S. News & World Report provides insight on how a Low GI diet can help people with diabetes and ways to use the glycemic load to determine a food's impact on your blood sugar.

Learn How Glycemic Index Can Help You

Ask the Doctors: Glycemic index is useful for monitoring blood sugar

Doctors Eve Glazier, M.D., MBA, and Elizabeth Ko, M.D., at UCLA Health explain what the Glycemic Index is and the relationships between foods, blood sugar and GI and how to take control of your diet to prevent blood sugar spikes and for better health overall.


Ask the Drs: GI Useful for Monitoring Blood Sugar

The Lowdown on Glycemic Index

The glycemic index is one tool of several that can help you make better carbohydrate choices.

By Environmental Nutrition

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