Are you looking to lose weight, control diabetes, or just eat healthier foods? The best way to do this is to control your blood sugar by choosing low glycemic index (GI) foods. It's scientifically proven.But manufacturers still do not give the GI on their packaging!So how can you identify low GI foods? By following this unparalleled guide, which presents the glycemic index of over 375 common foods grown and produced in the USA. You also get:•Available carbohydrate,•Fiber counts,•And Glycemic Load for each serving.In addition, this clever pocket guide outlines key points of a low glycemic index diet, shares tips, prep techniques, and serving methods that you can use to lower GI of your meals. Here’s how it works:Five tables display over three hundred seventy five foods. Each table is twenty eight pages long, and organizes foods based on a specific property of their effect on your blood sugar levels. You’ll quickly learn the USA foods with the least carbohydrates, the lowest Glycemic Index, the lowest Glycemic Load, and the most Fiber - because they are right at the top of these tables! But that's not all.The fifth table lists foods alphabetically and places them into basic food groups. This way you can compare different foods in each food group to find those with a lower Glycemic Index. Plus you will learn how you can prepare and serve high GI foods to lower the Glycemic Index.…leading to weight loss, diabetes control, and better health.