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July 2006 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Unite for Diabetes During the last 20 years, the total number of people worldwide with diabetes has risen from 30...
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GI values July 2006

GI Values Update

Breakfast Cereals and Beverages The latest GI values from SUGiRS. Breakfast cereal Morning Sun Muesli GI 49 Beverages Ribena blackcurrant...
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Foodwatch July 2006

Low GI Food of the Month

Do You Have the GI for Fresh Rhubarb Stalks? No. Despite being popularised by celeb chefs as a great low...
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Good carbs kitchen July 2006

Low GI Recipe of the Month

Diane Temple’s Sweet Potato and Lentil Bake Diane Temple Freelance home economist and former dietitian Diane Temple created this colourful...
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July 2006 Your stories

Your Success Stories

‘A low GI diet – best thing I've done in a long time’ says Lorraine ‘I started hearing about low...
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July 2006 Reviews

Books, DVDs, Websites: What’s New?

Weight Loss for Food Lovers by Dr George Blair-West Question: Why is it that over 80% of people who lose...
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July 2006 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

What’s the GI of meat, chicken, fish, eggs and cheese? I can’t find these foods in the GI database. The...
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Events July 2006

Events

Carbohydrates, Glycemic Index and Health: The State of the Art Millions of people around the world are following carbohydrate-modified diets...
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Copyright July 2006

Making the Most of GI News

Your questions answered If you have posted a question in our newsletter, be assured that the GI Group will answer...
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June 2006

GI News—June 2006

In This Issue: Food for Thought —Let's Do Lunch GI News Briefs —Test Is Best —A Public Health Time Bomb...
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Food for thought June 2006

Food for Thought

Let's Do Lunch While most people agree that eating a healthy lunch is important, one in three skip it at...
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June 2006 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Test is Best The GI was introduced to rank the glycemic nature of the carbohydrate in individual foods. The purpose...
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GI values June 2006

GI Values Update

No Time to Cook? The home meal replacement market is here to stay. It’s a trend, not a fad –...
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Foodwatch June 2006

Low GI Food of the Month

The Antioxidant-rich Orange One orange (GI 42) provides you with your whole day’s vitamin C requirement. But that’s not all....
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Good carbs kitchen June 2006

Low GI Recipe of the Month

This fruity finish comes from Australian food writer Lynne Mullins who regularly contributes to Good Living and Sunday Life, reviews...
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June 2006 Your stories

Your Success Stories

Sue Drops a Dress Size ‘Having tried countless diets over the years to lose excess weight, I embarked on a...
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June 2006 Reviews

Books, DVDs, Websites: What’s New?

Delicious Living By Peter Howard, New Holland Publishers AUD$19.95 Peter Howard Peter Howard is a well-known food and wine commentator....
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June 2006 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

I've read that while fats slow down the body's response to high GI foods, the body still sees the same...
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Copyright June 2006

Making the Most of GI News

Your questions answered If you have posted a question in our newsletter, be assured that the GI Group will answer...
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May 2006

GI News—May 2006

In This Issue: Food for Thought —Eating for Your Eyesight; 8 Tips for Making Your Eyesight Last GI News Briefs...
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