Low GI

Meal Plan

It feels good to eat well (and healthy)
Low GI meal is the key to control your blood sugar level and level your energy the whole day! Don't forget to drink plenty of water to help the blood circulation throughout the day!
Power Breakfast
 
1-2 free ranch egg
1/2 cup of berries
1/2 cup of organic plain yogurt or milk
1 slice of multi-grain toast with peanut butter/
cream cheese/almond butter
 
 
Lunch
 
1/2 cup tuna
1 cup cheese
1 cup of green beans
1 piece of multi-grain toast
1 cup of organic decaf coffee or herb tea
 
 
Low Carb Dinner
 
4 oz Lean meat or chicken/fish
1 cup fresh salad
1 cup cherry tomatoes
1/2  organic apple
 
morning/ mid-afternoon Snack
 
1fruit 
1/4 cup of nuts
1 glass of water or herb tea​
Recipe for Kiwi popsicle:

1. Cut 5 kiwi in half crosswise and scoop flesh from skins with a spoon. Blend with 1/3 cup honey or light brown sugar and 2tbsp lime juice in a blender until pureed, about 15 seconds.

2. Transfer to a measuring cup with a spout and pour into 6 (3-ounce) flat ice pop molds, dividing evenly.

3. Peel 1 kiwi and thinly slice crosswise into 12 slices. Submerge 2 slices in each mold, arranging them so 1 slice presses against each of the mold's wider sides. Cover molds, insert sticks between the slices, and freeze until solid, at least 4 hours and up to 2 weeks.