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Low Glycemic Food Recipes By Amelia Morris
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The Glycemic Index Diet is an entirely new approach to weight loss, one that didn't single out fat, carbs, or protein but, rather, emphasized the proper combination of these nutrients. Low GI foods,... More > by virtue of their slow digestion and absorption, produce gradual rises in blood sugar and insulin levels. As these foods control your blood sugar levels, they regulate your hunger pangs and eating habits. Consumption of low GI foods also helps to prevent unnecessary snacking and excess calorie consumption. Lower-glycemic foods create a steadier rise in blood sugar and insulin levels. Because you’ve got balanced insulin levels, you burn (rather than store) fat and maintain steady energy and also you feel fuller for longer and are, therefore, not as likely to go searching for snacks every two hours, ultimately you end up losing weight effortlessly. Eat lean protein, fruits and vegetables, good fat, nuts and seeds,and you’ll be eating a low-glycemic diet without worrying about the numbers.< Less
Glycemic Index Diet: Secrets of Low Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load of Foods Exposed! By Pamela Stevens
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Do you know that when you eat a food containing carbohydrates, your body breaks it down to produce energy? And do you know also that the impact a food will have on the blood sugar depends on many... More > other factors…. Yes, those factor and their impacts are measured by what is called The glycemic index or GI for short; which according to Wikipedia is a measure of the rate at which a carbohydrate is broken down in your system and how it affects blood sugar levels. Alright, Glucose (the defining standard) here has a glycemic index of 100. But the effects that different foods have on blood glucose levels vary considerably from one person to the other. However, what we are saying here is that the glycemic index estimates how much each gram of available carbohydrate (total carbohydrate minus fiber) in a food raises a person's blood glucose level following consumption of the food, relative to consumption of pure glucose. With that said, it then means if you are diabetic, it is important that you acquaint...< Less
The Glycemic Load Diet Guide: With Low Gi Vegetarian Recipes By Kate Bush
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Do you want to lose weight and keep it off? Increase your energy levels? Why Low GI Not all carbohydrate foods are created equal, in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. The glycemic... More > index or GI describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels. The low GI diet is the secret to long-term health reducing your risk of heart disease and diabetes and is the key to sustainable weight loss. Why Vegetarian? Consumption of meat & meat products have been established to be among the TOP cause of heart disease, hypertension and many types of cancers. You can stop the onslaught of these deadly diseases in their tracks by consuming more vegetables or by turning vegetarian. All the recipes also include detailed information on Calories, Fat, Saturated fat, Sodium, Carbohydrates, Total sugars, Dietary fiber and Protein as well as serving sizes.< Less
Glycemic Index Food Guide: The Open Secret Tips to Low Glycemic Index Foods for a Nutritious Low Glycemic Diet That Can Help You Avoid Hyperglycemia and Diabetes! By Pamela Stevens
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Without doubt, we are well aware today of the benefits of Glycemic Index (GI), which started like a project in 1981, at the University of Toronto, where the concept was originally developed and the... More > result called the Glycemic Index and the many impacts it has had on the management of sugar bias conditions. Yes, this project team was led by Dr. David Jenkins; but the reasoning behind the development of this concept is to gauge the effect of carbohydrates on the content of glucose in the blood. This means that for anybody that is out to regulate his or her blood glucose content owing to hyperglycemia or diabetes, the glycemic index is a concept that must be embraced! Well, I will like you to get your copy of this book to get access to the full details of the way to go about managing your condition! Yes, get the book: Glycemic Index Food Guide: The Open Secret Tips to Low GI Foods for a Nutritious Low Glycemic Diet That Can Help You Avoid Hyperglycemia and Diabetes!< Less
A Beginners Guide to Understanding the Glycemic Index By Karla Parks
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The glycemic index of food is a numerical index that categorizes carbohydrates according to their response to the glucose formed in the human body. It scales from 0 to 100, the higher the GI... More > (Glycemic Index), the higher is the blood sugar count. The glycemic index is usually measured by feeding a fixed portion of food to a test subject after an overnight fast and then calculating the blood sugar counts. The GI count is the best method to lower the blood glucose levels as well as the body weight. More than 80% patients of type 2 diabetes suffer from obesity and high cholesterol levels. Eating low Glycemic food is very helpful for the overall health of a person. This book covers everything you need need to know about the glycemic index such as: - What is the Glycemic Index? - How is the Glycemic Index in Foods Determined? - Yes, There are Good Carbs - What are the Effects of Glucose? - The Facts about Insulin and so much more!!!< Less
The Paleo Blueprint - With the Glycemic Health Guide By Thrive Living Library
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The Paleo Diet is proven to shed pounds and have a healthier life. Add exercise to the mix and you can achieve the lean, sexy bodies seen on fitness models. Despite popular belief, the Paleo... More > lifestyle is not restrictive and can actually open your palette to a whole new world of culinary experiences. There are a variety of high quality cookbooks and website that will help you along the way. Also included is the Glycemic Health Guide - which gives you the scientific basis of how our ancestors who lived on diets low or free from grains and flours have enjoyed longer lives and better health. It will also explain why the modern diet of fast foods, soft drinks, and sugar-laced foods have given us virtual epidemics of obesity and Type II diabetes - as well as what you can do about these now, starting with your own diet. These two reports in one short book are a way you can recover your health and become vibrant with health. Get Your Copy Today!< Less
PCOS Diet 210 Friendly Recipes: Low Glycemic Index Diabetic Friendly Low Saturated Fat Low Carb Low Calorie High Protein Cookbook By Kate Bush
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Until recently, diet was not thought of as an important adjunct in treatment. However, since the fairly recent discovery regarding the role insulin resistance plays in PCOS, many experts now believe... More > that diet should be a part of the treatment plan. A sudden spike in blood sugar causes an increase in insulin. Chronically high insulin is a problem for women with PCOS, as insulin alters the hormonal balance in your body, and makes your metabolism unstable. Excessive insulin contributes to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers. Since high levels of insulin can cause a multitude of problems for women with PCOS, a better diet would be a low-glycemic index diet. This is a diet that includes foods or combinations of foods that do not cause a rapid rise in blood sugar All the 210 recipes also include detailed information on calories, fat, saturated fat, carbohydrates, protein, fiber and sodium, as well as serving sizes.< Less
Glycemic Index Diet for Beginners : How to Effortlessly Control Your Glycemic Index For Weight Loss By Elizabeth Dora
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This report will show how the Glycemic Index is calculated and how to use it effectively as a guide to live healthier. It will show that following the Glycemic Index can be done very easily and that... More > the benefits of following the Index are many. You will see how controlling the foods you eat based on the Glycemic Index will allow you to lose weight, reduce your risk of diabetes, and lower your cholesterol, just to name a few. The Glycemic Index is linked directly to the sugars in foods and how they are absorbed. The Index measures carbohydrates, which are made up of simple or complex sugar molecules. You will see that by understanding these effects and adhering to some simple guidelines, you will be able to recognize foods by the Glycemic Index and make better food choices. You will see that many carbohydrates are very beneficial to you and that you do not have to avoid all carbohydrates as many celebrated diets suggest. Carbohydrates are not the villains that they have been promoted to be!< Less
Glycemic Load Diet Guide With Dash Diet Low Gi 285 Recipes: The Dietary Solution for Weight & Blood Pressure Control By Deborah Bush
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"DASH" stands for "Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension," Not all carbohydrate foods are created equal; in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. The glycemic index... More > or GI describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels. The glycemic index ranks the foods from 0–100 according to the speed at which they affect your blood sugar levels in the 2 or 3 hours after eating. All the dishes contain at least one low-GI food, which will lower the overall GI count. The Low Glycemic Index, High Fiber, Low Saturated Fat, Low Sodium 285 Recipes provided in this book are wholesome and tasty. Simple to prepare, yet totally delicious All the recipes also include detailed information on calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, carbohydrates, protein, fiber, sodium, and potassium, as well as serving sizes and time to prepare and cook.< Less
The Glycemic Load Diet Guide: With High Fiber: High Protein: Complex Carbs: Low Gi Weight Watcher Point + Nutritious Recipes: Lose Weight Not Energy By Sarah Chastain
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Do you want to lose weight and keep it off? Increase your energy levels? If so, eating the low-GI High fiber, high protein with With Points + way could be the answer. If you are looking for a... More > structured diet that tells you exactly what types of foods to eat, how much, and when, Weight Watchers might not work for you. The ability to choose anything you want to eat may prove too tempting for some. It is completely possible to use all your Points on less-than-nutritious foods unless you consciously commit to making healthier decisions. With the old points system, you could use your points anyway you like. But we now know if you use your points wisely by eating foods rich in protein and fiber -- these foods fill you up, keep hunger at bay, and help you lose weight in a healthier and more nutritious way. lose weight not muscles< Less