To manage diabetes, reverse prediabetes, or reduce your risk of developing either, it’s important to make sure your diet is rich in foods that score low on the glycemic index. In general, foods are considered low glycemic if they have a score of 55 of lower. Remember that this index rates foods that contain carbohydrates, so there are plenty of choices that score 0.
Still, carbs are an important part of our daily diet as they provide ready fuel for energy. The goal of any low-GI diet should be to moderate your consumption of carbohydrates such that you have enough energy to power through your day without leaving extra sugar floating around in your blood stream. It can be a fine line to walk, but the 11 foods on our list are all healthy choices you can eat without worry.