Low GI Eating Made Easy
The Easy Way to Eat Well, Look Good and Stay Healthy
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|Format:||Paperback, 256 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 05 December 2005|
In LOW GI EATING MADE EASY, the authors of the worldwide bestselling Glucose Revolution series present an easy-to-understand overview of the glycaemic index and the huge positive impact it can have on your health. There is a guide to choosing low GI foods - which produce minimal fluctuation in blood sugar levels so you feel fuller for longer and have more energy. They cover weight loss and how, on a low GI diet, it becomes achievable, healthy and sustainable. There is a product listing of the top 100 low GI foods, arranged in easy-to-follow sections such as fruit and vegetables, breads and cereals, nuts - and indulgences. You will learn how to make the switch to low GI eating, plan a balanced diet, and replace high GI foods with healthier low GI alternatives. There are invaluable tips on low GI shopping and cooking, and a handy seven-day meal plan. With this comprehensive guide to the principles of low GI eating, you can start to benefit - straight away.
About the Author
Jennie Brand-Miller is a world authority on the glycaemic index of foods and Professor of Human Nutrition at the University of Sydney. Kaye Foster-Powell is an expert dietician. Philippa Sandall has been working in the areas of health and nutrition for over 20 years.
FOR THE NEW GLUCOSE REVOLUTION 'Here, at last, is a book that explains what we know about the glycemic index and its importance in designing a diet for optimum health. Carbohydrates are not all bad. Read the good news about pasta and even -- believe it or not -- sugar!' -- Andrew Weil, MD, bestselling author of SPONTANEOUS 'A groundbreaking guide to the glycaemic index' -- Pride 'Forget SUGAR BUSTERS. Forget THE ZONE. Read this book.' -- Jean Carper, bestselling author of FOOD: YOUR MIRA
|Publisher: ||Hodder Mobius|
|Dimensions: ||23.0 x 15.0 x 1.0 centimeters (0.36 kg)|