Blood sugar control is critical if you have prediabetes or diabetes, or if you are trying to lose weight. Wild swings can leave you feeling hungry, dizzy, or worse, but they can happen with too many high-carb or high-sugar foods. FIFTY50 Foods are low-glycemic alternatives to many of your favorites, so you can keep eating them on your diabetes or weight loss diet.
Did you know that a packet of instant oatmeal can have over 15 grams of sugar? Did you know that people who eat more whole grains, such as oats, are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes? FIFTY50 puts those together in its Low-Glycemic Whole-Grain Oatmeal. Made with nothing but 100% whole-grain oats, this oatmeal can be made with water, milk, or even yogurt if you want overnight oatmeal. You can vary it by adding healthy combinations such as pumpkin and cinnamon or apple and peanut butter, or even make it savory and higher in protein with shredded cheese.
Peanut Butter and Syrup
Regular peanut butter can have added sugars, including high-fructose corn syrup, that can raise the glycemic index, but FIFTY50 Peanut Butter in Creamy and Crunchy has no added sugars. It retains the healthy peanuts and great taste of regular peanut butter without sugar.
If you are wondering what you can do with peanut butter on a diet without going overboard, here are some choices.
- Dipping celery or carrots into it.
- Spreading it onto Zero Carb Bread or Bagels and adding berries.
- Sprinkling it with cinnamon and Low-Glycemic Sugar Substitute and dipping apples into it for dessert.
Low-Glycemic Maple Syrup can make your breakfast complete without extra sugar, and it is one of those foods that makes a diet seem less like a diet.
Do you like cookies for snacks or dessert? What about a type that keeps blood sugar even steven? FIFTY50 Chocolate Chip and Oatmeal Cookies can do that. They are made with real ingredients, but are designed to provide lasting energy without wild blood sugar swings. How nice does it feel to have cookies back on the menu?
Chocolate and Candy
Unsweetened dark chocolate may be healthy, but a sweetened bar of dark or milk chocolate? Come on! That is only okay for blood sugar in your dreams...until now. FIFTY50 Chocolate Bars come in Almond, Crunch, Milk Chocolate, and Dark Chocolate. They are low-glycemic and made with real cocoa butter, cocoa powder, and chocolate liquor.
Low-Glycemic Sugar Substitute
FIFTY50 Crystalline Fructose is a low-glycemic sugar substitute that can allow you to sweeten foods or have baked goods that do not spike blood sugar. It measures cup for cup like sugar, so it is easy to use. It has a glycemic index of 19 compared to 65 for high-fructose corn syrup, and it has 15 calories per teaspoon.
With low-glycemic, delicious products available, keeping blood sugar even and preventing excessive hunger and cravings can be easier. FIFTY50 Foods has some go-to products that can keep you satisfied while letting you take care of your blood sugar. Check them out!