Food for Thought: A Low Glycemic Diet
Cornell Food Venture Center
Cornell University discusses their collaboration with the Nutreat team to simplify eating healthy.
19 Low Glycemic Snacks
An RDN living with T1D explains how low glycemic snacks help people living with diabetes manage their blood sugars.
Dietary Fiber and Diabetes
A doctor's perspective on how dietary fiber can be used as a powerful tool for managing diabetes and blood sugar.
The glycemic index helps us anticipate how a particular food will affect our blood glucose levels.
Green bananas are a nutrient-rich powerhouse, low glycemic, high in natural prebiotics, and help you feel full.
Intensely sweet and free of sugar, monk fruit is an ancient plant-based sweetener with roots in Chinese medicine.
Inulin is a plant-based fiber and nutrient goldmine. As a natural prebiotic, it promotes digestive health and well-being.
Not all sweeteners are created equal. Erythritol is gentle on the digestive system and doesn’t affect blood sugar levels.
This small but mighty berry is loaded with antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties, and digestive benefits.
Flaxseeds may be tiny, but they have an impressive, nutrient-rich resume featuring omega-3s, lignans, and fiber.
Raspberries are abundant in antioxidants and lignans, which contribute to heart health and disease prevention.