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Foods with a Low GI score, like apples, grapefruit, broccoli, lentils, nuts and seeds are great for keeping blood sugar levels stable. Foods with a Medium GI score are good when you need quick energy, but don’t want to spike your blood sugar. Medium GI foods include brown rice, oatmeal, sweet potatoes and peas. You can learn more about the GI Index here. 2. Plan your meals. When you take the time to meal plan with fresh, good quality ingredients, it can really help control your blood sugar and ultimately improve your mood, energy and overall health! 3. Focus on eating nutrient-dense meals Use fresh ingredients and avoid processed foods. When you fill your plate with colourful, whole foods that are minimally processed and low GI, they work to lower your blood sugar levels and avoid spikes, while foods with added sugars can heighten glucose levels.

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