8 Low-Glycemic Sources Of Vitamin C
Both vitamin C and low-glycemic foods can be helpful for promoting optimal health. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and vitamin that can help to protect against heart disease and some cancers, and also help to minimize the duration and effects of the common cold. When most people think about vitamin C their mind to orange juice. While advertised as an important vitamin C source, the sugar content of juice works counter to health goals. The glycemic index is a way of ranking carbohydrate foods on how they affect glucose (or blood sugar) levels. Your dietary focus should always aim toward an abundance of lower-ranked options.
Learn more about what foods are good sources of vitamin C while also falling lower on the glycemic index – click here to watch the video, 8 Low-Glycemic Sources Of Vitamin C.
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