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Foodwatch March 2006

Low GI Food of the Month

Soy Milk—a Great Way to Include Soy Protein in Your Diet Once enjoyed mainly by vegetarians, soy milk is the...
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Good carbs kitchen

Low GI Recipe of the Month

Sourdough French Toast with Peaches Simply halve the quantities to make for two people. For just one serving you’ll only...
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March 2006 Your stories

Your Success Stories

Sanna’s Story: Giving Your Body the Fuel It Is Actually Meant to Run On ‘I found out about GI in...
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March 2006 Profile

GI Profile

Prof Jennie Brand-Miller In this occasional series, we ask some of the world’s leading GI researchers to tell their story....
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March 2006 Reviews

Books, DVDs, Websites: What’s New?

The 10-day GI Diet Azmina Govindji RD and Nina Puddefoot ‘Feed a man fish and he eats for a day....
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March 2006 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

What effect good or bad, can a GI diet have on prostate cancer patients undergoing hormone treatment to limit testosterone?...
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February 2006

GI News—February 2006

In This Issue: There May Not Be a Magic Bullet, But We still Have Commonsense The Protective Power of Plant...
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February 2006 Food for thought

Food for Thought

There May Not Be a Magic Bullet, But We Still Have Commonsense While numerous studies have consistently shown the glycemic...
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February 2006 What's new?

GI News Briefs

The Protective Power of Plant Protein High in fibre and low in fat, it’s long been acknowledged that fruit, vegetables...
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February 2006 GI values

GI Values Update

Pita Bread: The Perfect Pocket Top it, stuff it, wrap it, cut it into wedges and dip it, or split...
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February 2006 Foodwatch

Low GI Food of the Month

Pure Maple Syrup: The Real Thing With sugar maple sap about to flow in northern US and Canada, it seems...
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February 2006 Good carbs kitchen

Low GI Recipe of the Month

Chinese Combination Soup for One You can buy boiled wontons, lean barbecued pork and Chinese chicken stock in Chinese markets...
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February 2006 Your stories

Your Success Stories

Leigh Hatcher has been an Australian TV and radio journalist and newsreader for 32 years. One day in the summer...
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February 2006 Reviews

Books, DVDs, Websites: What’s New?

Now Available—The New Glucose Revolution now available in the US and Canada in a hardcover direct mail edition published by...
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February 2006 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

My husband and I are following the 12-week Action Plan in The Low GI Diet. However, I am currently breastfeeding...
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February 2006 Food myths

Dispelling Some Myths About … Diabetes

Myth: Sugar causes diabetes. Fact: There is an absolute consensus that sugar in food does not cause diabetes. Type 1...
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January 2006

GI News—January 2006

In This Issue: Why Nutrition Changes Tesco Tests Getting Satisfaction What Kids Want What’s Cooking? And How? Pulses (Legumes) Help...
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Food for thought January 2006

Food for Thought

Why Nutrition Changes By Catherine Saxelby People often ask me why we nutritionists keep changing our minds! One year, carbohydrate...
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January 2006 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Tesco Tests The results of GI testing of 140 foods commercially available in the UK for the supermarket giant Tesco...
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GI values January 2006

GI Values Update

What’s Cooking? And How? Critics like to complain about the fact that the GI of a food can change with...
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