Glycemic Index

Cut Blood Sugar Spikes With Green Tea

…be able to avoid the extreme blood sugar spikes that usually come along with eating a high-glycemic food. Now it's your turn: Are you a fan of green tea? You May Also Be Interested In: * The glycemic index explained * Transform your diet for rapid weight loss

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What's the Deal With Oatmeal?

…actually has a pretty high glycemic index, meaning it could cause a spike in blood sugar. However, how you eat oatmeal could determine how much of a spike it could cause. For instance, if you add a teaspoon of sugar or some honey to a bowl of oatmeal, the glycemic index will skyrocket and it will trigger…

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Should You Eat Like a Caveman?

…wasn’t so much of a problem until the 20th century when refined grains were introduced into the diet. We know that refined grains have a higher glycemic index (closer to sugar) and contribute to obesity. Adopting a more paleo diet and moving away from refined grain products is another way of reducing…

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