Caffeine can have a short-term impact on blood sugar, but other compounds in coffee and tea may help metabolic health in the long term.
This special kind of starch that “resists” digestion has several health benefits and can be part of a blood-sugar-friendly diet.
Why would adding cinnamon to your meal affect your glucose levels? Here’s what the research shows and some tips for working cinnamon into your diet.
A new crop of naturally sweetened and low-carb candies and chocolates may be better for your blood sugar, but that doesn't make them a health food.
Why would a shot of vinegar blunt the glucose spike from a carb-heavy meal? Here's what the research shows, and tips for working vinegar into your diet.
Natural sweetener alternatives like stevia, yacón syrup, monk fruit, and allulose are common in sugar-free foods, but are they healthy? Here's what we know.