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Ilya Michael Rachman, MD, PhD is a clinical instructor at the UCLA School of Medicine, a diplomat for the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a practicing internist specializing in treating weight-related diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, sleep apnea, and arthritis.
Recipes all look amazing! Tasty but yet easy to prepare. I was looking for a guideline for cooking more low GI. This book had many things I would normally make or similar things. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sara
This book is awesome. After loosing 30 lbs on a name-brand diet plan which used low glycemic index foods in their products, I decided to try just eating low glycemic foods and see... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Elisheva
Very yummy recipes (plenty of them, and each is labelled "very low", "low", or "moderate") without hard-to-get ingredients! Highly recommend.Published 7 months ago by Yuliya
great book, all kind of recipes, very easy and even deserts... and all healthy...Published 7 months ago by joanne marie adamson
Overall a bit of a bland cookbook. It's got the facts about the GI but the recipes, that are supposed to convince you eating lower GI have no WOW factor. Disappointing!Published 9 months ago by Caroline Bell
Great product made of metal is important when you use it for other things like reaching for a walker that is a little out of reach. Ha Ha.Published 11 months ago by C Carl