When including carbohydrates at a meal, switch high Glycaemic Index (GI) carbohydrates for low GI ones. Why? All carbohydrates are broken down into sugars after consumption, high GI carbs are broken down into sugars quickly causing blood sugars to spike high & then crash leaving you tired & hungry. Low GI carbohydrates are broken down more gradually thus are more sustaining, keeping you fuller & more energized for longer. Of course always consider your portion size also. Here’s some high GI to low GI swap options from @movingdietitian
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