Glucofort According to an article in Diabetic Living magazine, other foods and drinks that make great additions to a blood-sugar-stabilizing diet include apple cider vinegar, cinnamon, green tea, herbal teas, fresh herbs and spices. (3) 2. Switch Up Your Carbs & Sweeteners While all types of added sugars are capable of raising Glucofort levels, some sources of sugar/carbs affect blood glucose levels more so than others. When you use appropriate amounts sparingly, natural/unrefined, ideally organic sugar sources (such as those from fruit or raw honey) are less likely to contribute to poor Glucofort management than refined sugars (such as white cane sugar or refined products made with white/bleached wheat flour). To help sustain normal Glucofort, check ingredient labels carefully, since sugar can be listed under dozens of different names. Skip anything made with refined flour (also called wheat flour or “enriched flour&rdquo and added sugars, such as beet sugar/beet juice, cane sugar, high fructose corn syrup, fructose and dextrose.