Full of good fats and nutrients that help you avoid blood sugar spikes and that hangry feeling, we love Choc Maca Bliss Balls.
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Full of good fats and nutrients that help you avoid blood sugar spikes and that hangry feeling , we love Choc Maca Bliss Balls.
 In the medically reviewed article published on Medical News Today, Case-Lo (2017) comments "There are no foods, herbs, drinks, or supplements that lower blood sugar. Only medication and exercise can. But there are things you can eat and drink that have a low Glycemic Index (GI)." Case-Lo adds that cacao, chia seeds, almonds contain health benefits that assist with balancing glycemic index (GI).
Case-Lo, C. (2017). Thirteen foods that won't raise blood glucose. Retrieved from URL https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318625
 In the medically reviewed article published on Medical News Today, Kandola (2020) gives an insight into the healthful properties of the Maca root including: mood stability, reducing blood pressure, natural antioxidants, reducing menopausal symptoms, improving learning and memory and increasing libido.
Candola, A. (2020). What are the benefits of maca root?. Retrieved from URL https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322511