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Learn about the Low Glycemic Diet
Research shows all carbohydrates are not equal in terms of the blood glucose (glycemic) response they produce. Clinical studies show some foods increase blood sugar significantly (high glycemic foods) while others produce a lower rise (low glycemic foods).
Low glycemic foods can help maintain healthy blood sugar levels and can even help control your appetite. A low glycemic diet works. I know. I started using low glycemic foods to help better manage my Type 1 diabetes and the results were almost immediate.
You can see how making simple changes in the carbohydrates you eat can make a difference. It works for me and it can work for you. It's just a matter of knowing which foods are the best carbohydrates choices.