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The Everything Glycemic Index Cookbook: 300 Appetizing Recipes to Keep Your Weight Down And Your Energy Up! Paperback – May 11, 2006
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Also, if you don't own (or care to own) a food processor, this book isn't for you -- nearly every recipe involves one in some way.
Finally, the way the book itself is laid out makes the recipes difficult to follow while cooking.
The downside to this book was that many recipes had large amounts of fat in them. My advice is to make sure you're cooking not only a low glycemic meal but also a meal that is low fat!
Maar has compiled over 300 recipes that teach you how to mix the high Glycemic Index (GI) and high-carbohydrate food with low to create a style of eating that will satisfy you and help control the health conditions: diabetes, hypoglycemia, heart conditions or overweight.
A healthy future is easier if you are food savvy. Maar covers the entire day from breakfast to dinner, including snacks and dessert.
Each recipe shows the calories, GI, carbs, protein and fat content--a nice feature in today's health-conscious eating world.
Eating right can provide long-lasting energy through the day, Maar explains. This is the main point I am taking from the book, and it's important with all the food we eat that has empty calories and gives us an energy boost that's soon depleted.
I liked the baked sweet potato stick recipe (substitute for the "bad" French fries) as it sounds fabulous and easy to make. Sweet potatoes are not just for Thanksgiving anymore.
The salmon and broccoli stir-fry sounds good for dinner tonight (or as soon as I go grocery shopping).
Armchair Interviews says: If any of the health conditions listed above may be or might become part of your life, these recipes can help. Understanding the GI will make a difference to your health.
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Good value! It just doesn't have a lot of recipes I like personally. Seems to have a lot of sauces.Published 1 month ago by Heath Frye
What I really need is one that doesn't seem to conflict with the other books of this type that I have bought. I'm going to confer with my diabetes doctor.Published 10 months ago by Wilma
again the book would get the same ratings from me no matter where i bought it still don't understand thisPublished on April 18, 2013 by Carl Ohnmeiss
I got this book: Everything Glycemic Index book for my sister and she never told me if she liked it or not. I wish I had kept it to read and Then given it to her.Published on February 7, 2013 by maria l. barron
I've been on the glycemic index diet and lost weight. I bought this book for more ideas of what to cook. Read morePublished on December 7, 2010 by Granny