I use this roll to make a yummy breakfast sandwich Continue reading “Low Carb Roll”
I received a sample of both Tiger Nuts Snacks and Tiger Nuts Flour. Tiger nuts are not nuts at all. Rather, they are tubers, more of a root vegetable. Continue reading “Product Review: Tiger Nuts Flour and Snacks From Tiger Nuts”
Ever have those crispy chickpeas snacks from the store? They’re pretty good.
Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are a complex carbohydrate, full of fiber. They are beneficial for your heart health and help stabilize your blood sugar. They also Continue reading “Roasted Chickpeas”
What is Fiber?
Fiber, sugar and starch make up total carbohydrates. Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that does not get fully digested in the digestive tract and therefore it is generally not absorbed by our bodies. Continue reading “Fiber Explained”
Updated April 2019
Sometimes your just need to grab a snack that is quick and easy. It’s not always easy to make it a healthy snack. These are my new favorite snack bars. Continue reading “Product Review: RAW REV Glo Bars”
“”I have the right to do anything,” you say- but not everything is beneficial. “I have the right to do anything” -but not everything is constructive.” 1 Corinthians 10:23
In the previous part of this double feature (click here to review) we learned how riding on the blood sugar roller coaster can be bad for your heart, blood vessels, hormones, brain and other organs.
Blood sugar peaks 1-2 hours after eating and returns to normal in 3-4 hours. The roller coaster involves extremes which are beyond the normal stable ups and downs of blood sugar.
That doesn’t have to be the case. It is possible to lessen the blood sugar extremes keeping our body in a happier place.
How can we do that? Continue reading “How to Shrink Blood Sugar Spikes and Stabilize Glucose Levels”