is rich in carbs like wheat, potatoes, fruits, breads, etc.
simply put, is a measure of how quickly a food causes our blood sugar levels to spike. It can be both high and low.
Low GI Foods are broken down and digested slowly by the body causing a lower and slower rise in blood sugar levels and hence are a great choice for diabetics* and prediabetics*.
Foods high on the glycemic index (GI) are digested and absorbed quickly into the bloodstream, resulting in a rapid rise and fall in blood sugar levels.
Give your family the benefits of low GI and the comfort of taste.
India Gate Sugar Watchers Special is a low GI (Glycemic Index) rice, especially for prediabetics* and diabetics*. “GI indicates the rate at which carbohydrate in the food is broken down into glucose and absorbed from the gut into the blood.”
This rice gives prediabetics* and diabetics* the freedom to enjoy their favourite rice-based cuisines without the guilt or the worry of a spike in GI. It tastes just like regular rice you’d eat otherwise.
India Gate Sugar Watchers is an ideal partner in your daily diet, now #JumKeKhao with your family!
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Yes, it is highly recommended that your family shifts to a low GI diet, as it helps in sugar control, weight management and also keeps you active for longer while tasting the same as your regular rice.
No, Low GI rice isn’t a cure for diabetics*. But it prevents blood sugar spikes and helps control blood sugar and insulin levels.
Not at all. India Gate Sugar Watchers Special should be cooked exactly the same way you cook your regular, everyday rice.
The rice being low in GI doesn’t let your blood sugar levels spike and is great for diabetics* and prediabetics*.
But it also offers a host of benefits for everyone else as well. It keeps you full and active for longer, helps in weight management and tastes exactly like your everyday rice.
So, it can be a healthy alternative to regular rice, for everyone in the family.
Your search for the rice that suits your palate and fits your health choices is finally here! Like other low glycemic foods, it’s ideal for diabetics*, prediabetics*, those who are health conscious, and everyone else.
When the glycemic index of rice is low (>55), you can maintain your sugar levels, feel fuller for longer, stay active for longer, and above all, enjoy your meals without any compromise.
*Eating low GI foods is not the only factor responsible for managing prediabetes* and diabetes*. Regular physical exercise, balancing your diet, managing your food intake, maintaining optimum weight and genetics, etc., are several other factors for controlling and managing prediabetes* and diabetes*.
*The purpose of the Diabetes Risk Assessment is to only help you understand how your lifestyle patterns and genetics can affect your overall health and increase the chances of diabetes. This is not a medical assessment and you must consult a diabetologist/medical practitioner to get a proper diagnosis for diabetes or prediabetes.