Good Idea is a sparkling mealtime beverage. Its unique blend of five amino acids and chromium is proven to reduce the blood sugar spike after a meal by, on average, 25%. Good Idea is unsweetened, contains zero calories and comes in three all natural flavors. It´s the perfect alternative to sugary sodas and energy drinks.

The triple benefits of Good Idea

Since Good Idea is a product that is built on my research and something I have held so close to my heart for many years, I feel a constant inspiration to talk about and explain the benefits of Good Idea to more and more people. This time, I will go a little bit more into detail about the three most apparent benefits of Good Idea.

First of all: one of the most common questions I get when I meet health professionals is if Good Idea is a quick fix and something that will allow people to continue with their sugar packed lifestyle. The answer is no. As a food researcher, I would never stand behind a product that encouraged people to eat more sugar. And in fact, it works the opposite way, since the first benefit is that drinking Good Idea instead of sugary drinks takes away a lot of sugar from the meal. But, you might object, exactly the same thing happens when I drink water with my meal, so why should I bother?

Good question, and here´s where the second benefit comes in. In addition to water, sparkling or still, Good idea contains a blend of amino acids and chromium that is proven to reduce the blood sugar spike after a meal. The amino acids prepare the metabolism to handle the carbs in the food in a better way, while the chromium ensures a more efficient process. The result is a more even blood sugar curve which, in turn, is associated with avoiding post-meal energy crashes and reduced sugar cravings. So: when you drink Good Idea with your meal, you will not only take away lots of sugar and empty calories – you will also find it easier to withstand the sugar cravings that often appear after a meal. The result? Less sugar!

The third benefit is something that comes in a longer perspective. We all know that recurring blood sugar spikes drive low-grade inflammation that is a common factor in obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and dementia. By reducing your sugar spikes (e.g., by eating less white bread, fries, and pizzas, and replacing your sugary soda with something better) you will also be able to reduce the risk to develop any of those conditions.


That´s what I call a good idea!




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