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.