Follow these tips to keep meals and snacks low GI
- Always combine protein like fish, chicken and dairy foods with carbs like bread, potatoes and pasta.
- Choose amylose-rich basmati rice instead of other varieties of white rice.
- Avoid 'instant' or 'easy cook' foods which tend to be more highly processed.
- Snack on unsalted nuts, seeds or oatcakes rather than sweet treats and biscuits.
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