Low Glycemic Index Diet

Decreases Insulin and Increases Fullness

Low Glycemic Index Diet - Decreases Insulin and Increases Fullness
Glycemic index is a measure of how rapidly foods increase blood sugar. Table sugar and white bread are high glycemic index foods, while bananas, cherries and all bran cereals have lower glycemic indexes. The effects of glycemic index on diabetes, weight control and heart disease are highly controversial. Danish researchers found that women consuming low glycemic index meals showed lower post–meal levels of blood sugar, insulin and hunger compared to women who ate high glycemic index meals. Eating more low glycemic index foods promotes metabolic control. (Journal Nutrition, 141: 1679-1684)

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