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April 2006 Food for thought

Food for Thought

Potato Lovers Look Back to a Healthy Future There’s a ‘modest positive association between the consumption of potatoes and the...
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April 2006 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Memorable Meals In recent years, a number of studies have shown that older people with type 2 diabetes have significantly...
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April 2006 GI values

GI Values Update

How do you know if it’s low, medium or high GI? Living in the USA, where would you suggest I...
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April 2006 Foodwatch

Low GI Food of the Month

Wild About Wild Blueberries Make blueberries an everyday health habit. As one of today’s superfoods, they are bursting with nutrition...
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April 2006 Good carbs kitchen

Low GI Recipe of the Month

Lemon Semolina Pudding with Berry Coulis Lisa Lintner’s Lemon Semolina Pudding with Berry Coulis from The New Glucose Revolution Life...
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April 2006 Your stories

Your Success Stories

Jeanne’s story – ‘I lost over 100 pounds using a combination of good eating habits and low GI foods’ After...
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April 2006 Reviews

Books, DVDs, Websites: What’s New?

Los Todos Los Carbohidratos Engordan The Spanish language edition of The New Glucose Revolution is published by Panorama Editorial. www.panoramaed.com.mx...
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Physical activity Q&A

Feedback—Your FAQs Answered

How relevant is the GI for athletes? 'The glycemic index can be a useful tool to help athletes select the...
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March 2006

GI News—March 2006

In This Issue: Food for Thought —Johanna Burani article GI News Briefs —Making the Switch, Making a Difference —Risk Assessment...
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Food for thought March 2006

Food for Thought

People Power for People with Diabetes In February GI News, Atarah Grysman made the point that: ‘Many people today are...
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March 2006 What's new?

GI News Briefs

Making the Switch, Making a Difference Studies are showing that metabolic syndrome or insulin resistance syndrome is widespread among adults...
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GI values March 2006

GI Values Update

White Bread Matters While many parents would prefer their children to eat high fibre, wholegrain bread they know their kids,...
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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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