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GI NEWS – JANUARY 2022
January 2022

GI NEWS – JANUARY 2022

GI News is published online by the University of Sydney, School of Life and Environmental Sciences and the Charles Perkins...
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IS A SLOWER METABOLISM THE REASON I’M GAINING WEIGHT AS I GROW OLDER?
Food for thought January 2022

IS A SLOWER METABOLISM THE REASON I’M GAINING WEIGHT AS I GROW OLDER?

The answer to this question was contained in one of the most important studies published in 2021. Herman Pontzer from...
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ENERGY BALANCE AND CONTROL OF BODY WEIGHT
January 2022 What's new?

ENERGY BALANCE AND CONTROL OF BODY WEIGHT

As most people are aware, rates of overweight and obesity are increasing all around the world. In 2016, the World...
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WHY YOU SHOULD BREAKFAST LIKE A KING
Diabetes care January 2022

WHY YOU SHOULD BREAKFAST LIKE A KING

Managing the rise in blood glucose levels after meals is an important part of managing type 2 diabetes, and can...
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THE THERMIC EFFECT OF FOOD
January 2022 Perspectives

THE THERMIC EFFECT OF FOOD

Weight gain, whether intentional or not, generally occurs over long periods of time, as habitual energy intake exceeds our bodies’...
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LEGUMES
January 2022 Shopping guide

LEGUMES

Humans have long known about the benefits of eating legumes and in many parts of the world they are the...
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THE WHY OF RYE
Good carbs food facts January 2022

THE WHY OF RYE

If you asked me to suggest classic American foods I picked up from watching TV shows growing up, I’d probably...
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THE GOOD CARBS KITCHEN
Good carbs kitchen January 2022

THE GOOD CARBS KITCHEN

TOMATO AND CHICKPEA SALAD 0:15 Prep • 4 Serves • Side • Every day INGREDIENTS 1 tablespoon olive oil 1...
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Copyright January 2022

COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION

This website and all information, data, documents, pages and images it contains is copyright under the Copyright Act 1968 (Commonwealth...
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GI NEWS – NOVEMBER 2021
November 2021

GI NEWS – NOVEMBER 2021

GI News is published online by the University of Sydney, School of Life and Environmental Sciences and the Charles Perkins...
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WHAT DO WE MEAN BY A LOW GLYCEMIC LOAD DIET?
Food for thought November 2021

WHAT DO WE MEAN BY A LOW GLYCEMIC LOAD DIET?

If you put the keywords glycemic load AND diet into Google Scholar for studies published in 2020 and 2021, you’ll...
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CARB QUALITY AND RISK OF METABOLIC SYNDROME
November 2021 What's new?

CARB QUALITY AND RISK OF METABOLIC SYNDROME

Carbohydrate quality may play a role in the development of metabolic syndrome, according to two recent systematic reviews and meta-analyses...
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GLYCEMIC LOAD AND DIABETES
Diabetes care November 2021

GLYCEMIC LOAD AND DIABETES

People have long known that, compared to the other major nutrients protein and fat, the amount and type of carbohydrate...
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HOW TO ENJOY A MODERATE GLYCEMIC LOAD DIET
November 2021 Perspectives

HOW TO ENJOY A MODERATE GLYCEMIC LOAD DIET

As regular readers of GI News know, the glycemic index, or GI, is an inherent property of carbohydrate-containing foods and...
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LOWERING THE GL WITH SMARTER CARB CHOICES
November 2021 Shopping guide

LOWERING THE GL WITH SMARTER CARB CHOICES

When first diagnosed with diabetes, my clients often tell me that they’ve changed to using Basmati rice, new potatoes, and...
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WATERMELON
Good carbs food facts November 2021

WATERMELON

I took great delight in singing a song about watermelons to my son when he was a toddler. And I...
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THE GOOD CARBS KITCHEN
Good carbs kitchen November 2021

THE GOOD CARBS KITCHEN

ROASTED TOMATO, QUINOA AND CRISPY CHICKPEA SALAD WITH CREAMY CASHEW DRESSING 0:50 Prep • 6 Serves • Main • Every...
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Copyright November 2021

COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION

This website and all information, data, documents, pages and images it contains is copyright under the Copyright Act 1968 (Commonwealth...
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GI NEWS – SEPTEMBER 2021
September 2021

GI NEWS – SEPTEMBER 2021

GI News is published online by the University of Sydney, School of Life and Environmental Sciences and the Charles Perkins...
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THE DEMONISATION OF SUGAR
Food for thought September 2021

THE DEMONISATION OF SUGAR

Fifty years ago, sugar was a good in anybody’s language. Sweetness was equivalent to goodness and Sweetheart was a name...
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