A Nourished by Science Poster: Download Your Copy Below
While there is no formal clinical definition for blood sugar spikes, our position is that any increase in the blood sugar level following a meal to 180 mg/dl (10 mmol/L) or more constitutes a spike.
Blood sugar spikes are common in people with diabetes or pre-diabetes, but do also occur in people without diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Below, you can download a free copy of a high-resolution poster summarizing six evidence-based strategies to lower the blood sugar response after a meal that will help to avoid or minimize blood sugar spikes.
For more information about these strategies, please see our dedicated blog post and video about the topic.
The poster offered here shows evidence-based strategies about how to avoid blood sugar spikes. It does not constitute medical or dietary advice, and – as always – we recommend consulting with a trained healthcare professional before making any changes to your diet.