Glycemic index

What is the Glycemic Index?

The glycemic index is a measure of how quickly food raises blood sugar levels. Foods with a high glycemic index (such as white bread and sugary drinks) can cause a rapid spike in blood sugar levels, while foods with a low glycemic index (such as whole grains and vegetables) are digested more slowly, leading to a more gradual rise in blood sugar levels. The glycemic index can be a useful tool for managing blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

Ready to get well, better?

​​If you’re curious to learn more, book a free consult call, and we’ll chat about how The Lanby can be your personalized long term health and wellness partner.

Book a consult