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If you're looking for a safe, effective, and easy-to-follow diet with proven results, this friendly guide is for you! You'll find out how to whip up delicious low-glycemic meals that can help you achieve all your health goals, from shedding pounds and managing health issues to maintaining general wellness.
Glycemic index 101 — understand the differences between carbohydrates, get a handle on the roles of blood sugar and insulin, and find out how to measure a food's glycemic index
Get cooking for your health — discover the many benefits of a low-glycemic diet and how you can use it to manage health problems, including polycystic ovary syndrome
Create a healthy lifestyle — come up with meal-planning strategies, stock your kitchen with low-glycemic staples, practice new cooking methods, and decipher nutrition labels with ease
Take a bite of the good life — get 150 recipes for making everything from savory snacks and sides to delectable main dishes and desserts
Open the book and find:
How a low-glycemic lifestyle can help prevent disease
Tips for curbing cravings and losing weight
Helpful meal-planning strategies
Advice for stocking your pantry, fridge, and freezer
150 delicious and simple recipes
Lifestyle choices that complement a low-glycemic diet
Pointers for sticking to a low-glycemic diet during special occasions
Find the right balance of foods and nutrients at every meal
Make a variety of delicious low-glycemic recipes
Rosanne Rust, MS, RD, LDN, is a registered dietitian, freelance writer, and online weight-loss coach for Real Living Nutrition Services.
Great book for low glycemic diets. Has everything you need to know and more.Published 3 months ago by Deborah Reith
Easy to read and follow. Good recipes. Would recommend it as a good introduction to glycemic index cooking/eating.Published 5 months ago by Carol Roberts
good information for someone like me starting out as being told you are pre diabeticPublished 6 months ago by Carol Habiger
Good assortment of recipes. Good starting place for anyone needing (or wanting) to pay attention to glycemic load. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Deb
I expected more information the glycemic index for different. More of a cook bookPublished 7 months ago by H