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November 2005

GI News—November 2005

In This Issue: Unlock the Stairways and Step into Metabolic Fitness Tossing and Turning? GI and Weight Loss Benefits: Boost...
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Food for thought November 2005 Physical activity

Food for Thought

Unlock the stairways and step into metabolic fitness Exercise and activity speed up your metabolic rate (increasing the amount of...
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November 2005 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Tossing and Turning? A small study by Sydney University PhD student, Ahmad Afaghi, reported in The Australian found a high-GI...
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Foodwatch November 2005

Low GI Food of the Month

Porridge Power For a high-energy breakfast that sticks to your ribs, warms you up on a crisp day and keeps...
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GI values November 2005

GI Values Update

Juicy Pomegranates Pomegranates are in the news thanks to the current focus on their health giving properties. Recent studies reveal...
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Good carbs kitchen November 2005

Low GI Recipe of the Month

Sweet Corn Loaf Chef and ‘Cooking With Conscience’ founder, Michelle Trute, uses Australian Golden Circle canned products in her recipes....
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November 2005 Reviews

What’s New?

From Kid to Superkid: Set Your Family on the Path to a Junk-Food Free Healthy Future by Paul Sacher with...
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November 2005 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

I'm a very keen cook. Here's one burning question for me: what about flour? If I make my own bread...
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October 2005

GI News—October 2005

In This Issue: Waist Not, Want Not. Just a Spoonful of Dressing … From Flab to Fab Is There More...
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Food for thought October 2005

Food for Thought

Waist Not, Want Not— By Maggie Alderson I can get my skinny jeans off without undoing them … This waistband...
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October 2005 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Just a Spoonful of Dressing … One of the biggest challenges to losing weight is ignoring that gnawing feeling in...
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GI values October 2005

GI Values Update

‘Cherries, ripe cherries …’ Summer just wouldn’t be the same without juicy, cheerful cherries. Well supplied with nutrients—vitamin C, beta-carotene,...
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Foodwatch October 2005

Low GI Food of the Month

The Versatile Tortilla—Perfect for Wrapping, Scooping and Dipping Tortillas are a flat (unleavened) bread traditionally made from corn (maize) flour....
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Good carbs kitchen October 2005

Low GI Recipe of the Month

Conchiglie with Pesto Balsamico Dietitian, diabetes educator and author, Johanna Burani, cooked up this quick and easy pasta recipe especially...
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October 2005 Reviews

New Books

What Makes My Blood Glucose Go Up and Down? In the foreword to the UK edition of What Makes My...
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October 2005 Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

Why do many high-fibre foods still have a high GI value? Dietary fibre is not one chemical constituent like fat...
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September 2005

GI News—September 2005

In This Issue: The Low GI Diet—More Than Just “The Next Big Thing” Vegetarian Women Are Less Likely to Get...
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Food for thought September 2005

Food for Thought

The Low GI Diet—More Than Just “The Next Big Thing” According to analysts at the market research/consumer intelligence company, Mintel...
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September 2005 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Vegetarian Women Are Less Likely to Get Fat Vegetarian and vegan women are less likely to be overweight than meat-eaters...
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GI values September 2005

GI Values Update

Breakfasts That Sustain You Through the Morning Whether you like waking up to cereal and fruit, muesli and yoghurt, or...
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