What is the glycemic Index?
The glycemic index is a measure of how fast the carbohydrates you eat are
converted to sugar within the body. The scale ranges from 0 to 100 and the higher the number, the larger and more rapid the
rise of blood sugar levels in your body. This is important because foods that cause a large glycemic response will cause a
quick burst of energy, but will be followed by hunger, laziness, and increased fat storage. People believe if they eat foods with
a low glycemic index, their glucose levels will not fluctuate as much, and thus the person will not experience dramatic