So I have this friend who is a doctor, and she is really into healthy eating. She was here over the weekend and said for staying healthy, preventing all sorts of diseases, and keeping your weight in check it's a good idea to eat foods low in glycemic index. I'm going to read into this further, but anyone else familiar with this?
Here's the site she sent me:
you can see what foods have what glycemic index - seems that high ones are sugary, white carb foods and low ones are less sugar, more whole grains, etc.