Successful Dieting While Eating Foods With a Low Glycemic Index

Foods with a low Glycemic Index can avoid volatility within your blood sucrose levels. There are multifaceted benefits of this phenomenon. The (GI) measures a given food’s proclivity to cause sharp spikes in blood sugar levels. Foods high on the GI table can cause rapid blood glucose increases. Foods with a low rating allow for a more gradual rise and subsequent slow decline back down. Diabetics have always known to avoid sharp deviations in blood…

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Candida Diet Foods To Eat And To Avoid List

A candida diet is a diet that avoids foods that can help the infection to prosper. You see, candida (sometimes called yeast infection or candidiasis) is caused by the candida albicans fungus that we all have in our bodies. The fungus especially likes the warm, moist, dark areas like the gut, sexual organs, mouth, etc., to grow in. But it normally doesn’t get a chance to grow into an infection because of the good bacteria…

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8th March 2009

8th March 2009

8th March 2009 Image by VanessaC (EY) In a bid to eat a bit healthier and without feeling like we are following a diet we have decided to go ‘Low GI’ from tomorrow. I have made these energy bars for us to have for breakfast. Neither of us ever bother with breakfast so I thought these would be good to just grab and go. Recipe – Makes 12 25g Dessicated Coconut 150g Ready to eat…

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