Once food is eaten, it is broken down to release energy in the form of glucose. Hence blood glucose levels in the body rise. Glycemic Index measures this rise in blood glucose on a scale of 0 to 100. Food that ranks 55 or lower is called low GI; the ones above this benchmark are called high GI. Glycemic Load Glycemic Load, an extension of Glycemic Index, measures glycemic response and insulin demand based on the amount of carbohydrates consumed. Glycemic Load factors in both quantity and quality of carbohydrates.  

What are the Benefits of Low GI Food?

  1. Helps lower blood glucose levels
  2. Aids in weight control
  3. Decreases risk of diabetes

How Does DiaBliss Lower GI in Food?

DiaBliss’ process works like magic, but it’s actually pure science. The company has invented, for the 1st time in the world, a multi-herb system which has insulin mimicking and insulin resistance lowering properties. This herbal system can reduce the glycemic index of all carbohydrates including sugar, sugar derivatives, rice and wheat.

DiaBliss’ proprietary and patent pending process and formulation has been able to extract the power of lowering GI levels from herbs like Cinnamon, Fenugreek, Turmeric, Black Pepper, Pomegranate, Ginger and Gooseberry. Such herbs were already a part of Indian diets from ancient times. The herbal extraction process is 100% water-based, and the outcome is a colourless, odourless and tasteless herbal water mixture that lowers glycemic index of any carbohydrate when mixed with it.