1 November 2005

GI News—November 2005

GI News

In This Issue:

  • Unlock the Stairways and Step into Metabolic Fitness
  • Tossing and Turning?
  • GI and Weight Loss Benefits: Boost or Boast?
  • A Little Resistance Goes a Long Way
  • GI? GL? GR? IL? GGE? Getting the Measure
  • ‘Wholegrain’ and Low GI Are Not the Same
  • Juicy Pomegranates
  • Porridge Power

  • Michelle Trute’s Sweet Corn Loaf
  • Paul Sacher’s From Kid to Superkid
  • Catherine Saxelby’s Nutrition Website: www.foodwatch.com.au
  • What about flour? If I make my own bread (or dumplings, pancakes, muffins etc) which flours, if any, are low GI?
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‘Everyone can benefit from the low GI approach to eating.

It is the way nature intended us to eat—

slow-burning, nutritious foods that satisfy our hunger.’

Jennie Brand-Miller
Jennie Brand-Miller