The glycemic index is a scale that ranks carbohydrate containing foods by how much they raise blood sugar levels compared to a standard food. Foods with a high glycemic index like white bread and white rice give you a fast rush of energy that raises your blood sugar quickly. Low glycemic foods like oatmeal, apples, and SoLo GI Bars give you steady fuel for your body that raises your blood sugar slowly, helping you avoid the spikes and crashes that come with high GI foods. There are a number of reasons why including low glycemic index (GI) foods in your diet is good for your health. First, low GI foods may help you feel full longer and keep you going throughout the day, giving you more energy for that early morning yoga class, beating that deadline at work, and successfully sneaking