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How to Avoid Blood Sugar Spikes (Without Reducing Carb Intake)

How to Avoid Blood Sugar Spikes (Without Reducing Carb Intake)

Blood sugar spikes are increases in blood sugar to 180 mg/dL (10 mmol/L) or higher after a meal that are very common in people with diabetes or prediabetes, but also occur in those without diabetes or prediabetes. In this blog post, I am discussing six evidence-based dietary strategies that lower the blood sugar response after a meal and help avoid blood sugar spikes, all without reducing total carbohydrate intake.

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The glycemic index and glycemic load of common foods
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