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The Glycemic Index Diet is an entirely new approach to weight loss, one that didn't single out fat, carbs, or protein but, rather, emphasized the proper combination of these nutrients.
Low GI foods, by virtue of their slow digestion and absorption, produce gradual rises in blood sugar and insulin levels. As these foods control your blood sugar levels, they regulate your hunger pangs and eating habits. Consumption of low GI foods also helps to prevent unnecessary snacking and excess calorie consumption.
Lower-glycemic foods create a steadier rise in blood sugar and insulin levels. Because you’ve got balanced insulin levels, you burn (rather than store) fat and maintain steady energy and also you feel fuller for longer and are, therefore, not as likely to go searching for snacks every two hours, ultimately you end up losing weight effortlessly.
Low G. I. Diet stress on eating more complex carbohydrates, and Eating less sugar, less processed foods, and fewer foods that convert to sugar in your body.Oats, oat bran and toasted sugar free muesli are great picks with a side of milk or fruit, Grilled meat or fish during dinner is another low GI alternative along with your veggies.
Frozen low fat fruit desserts and nuts are the best source for high nutrition.Stick with a low-Carb diet, which reduces or eliminates sugar and processed foods.
Eat lean protein, fruits and vegetables, good fat, nuts and seeds, and you’ll be eating a low-glycemic diet without worrying about the numbers.

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