3. Don’t Eat So Many Carbs
Don’t eat so many carbs, and if you’re going to eat carbs, make sure they’re not simple carbs. You want to stay away from foods like white bread, cakes, pastries, candies, and desserts.
You want to be eating complex carbohydrates instead. Complex carbohydrates like whole-grain bread, rice, vegetables, and fruits are much healthier for you, and they don’t cause those spikes in blood sugar that super sugary foods can.
Your body will break down carbs into sugars very quickly, and it happens just a little too quickly with simple carbs. Complex carbohydrates take a little longer to digest.
Whatever kind of carbs you’re eating, you should try to limit the amount you eat of them. A lot of studies have shown that low-carb diets help lower blood sugar and prevent blood sugar spikes from ever happening at all. Even better, a low-carb diet can help you control your blood sugar levels in the long run.