Low GI Diet for Fighting Diabetes

Low GI Diet for Fighting Diabetes

Fighting diabetes is all about controlling your blood sugar levels. Since blood sugar spikes are caused by the food we eat, especially carbs and sugar, it is important to know what you should eat to minimize these spikes. It has been found that one of the best ways to do this is by following a low Glycaemic Index diet.

What Is a Low-Glycemic-Index Diet?

The GI system works on the concept of assigning different values to different types of foods, according to how much and how quickly it raises your blood sugar levels. It works on a scale from 1 to 100, anything above 70 being regarded as “high GI” and anything below 55 as “low GI”.

High GI foods are usually processed or refined foods like donuts, cake, cookies, crisps, etc. However, that does not mean that something that seems relatively healthy has a low GI. It is best to consult the GI Tables to learn about the GI of different foods.

Read more about GI and GL on the Manna website.


You can eat low GI foods to control blood sugar levels and still not losing weight, because low GI does not mean low in calories. Eating only low GI can also not help you to reverse Insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.

Follow the Manna Diet, which are not just low in GI, but also low in calories. By taking the Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement with each meal, you can lower the GI of the food you eat by up to 43%, meaning that you can stay satisfied for longer due to stable blood sugar levels. This process also helps to control cravings and suppress appetite.

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