By Radu Balas
Skip sugary drinks like soda and energy drinks. They can quickly raise your blood sugar.
Chips, cookies, and candies often contain hidden sugars. Opt for healthier snacks.
Replace white bread with whole grains to avoid rapid blood sugar spikes.
Many cereals are loaded with added sugars. Look for low-sugar options.
Fruit juices may seem healthy, but they can be high in natural sugars. Enjoy whole fruits instead.
French fries and potato chips can be culprits. Choose baked or steamed potatoes.
Indulge in desserts sparingly. Opt for sugar-free or fruit-based alternatives.
Be cautious with flavored yogurts, as they often contain added sugars. Choose plain yogurt and add fresh fruits for sweetness without the blood sugar spike.