If you want to manage your blood sugar level you may want to stick to an individualized diet!
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic followed more than 300 healthy people for nearly a week.
The scientists developed a model using a person’s age, lifestyle, and genetics.
The model was able to correctly predict how their blood sugar levels would respond after eating various foods 62-percent of the time.
This is compared to determining the response by only looking at the nutritional makeup of food.
The 327 participants were mostly from the midwest.
They ate a standard diet of bagels and cream cheese for breakfast and then ate whatever they wanted for the rest of the day.