Low glycaemic carbs produce a slower, steadier, and lower rise in blood sugar, and the fibre in these foods helps you feel full and satiated longer. Low glycaemic foods help to regulate blood sugar levels and overtime is beneficial in preventing weight gain and chronic lifestyle disorders like Type 2 diabetes. There are simple ways to modify your diet to low GI foods, e.g., swapping potatoes with sweet potatoes and replacing white bread with multigrain bread. A meal plan that is rich in legumes like beans and chickpeas and has complex carbohydrates like brown rice and millets instead of polished white rice and is high in fruits and vegetables like carrots, cauliflower etc. in moderate quantities can comprise a healthy low GI diet.