In This Issue:
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- There May Not Be a Magic Bullet, But We still Have Commonsense
- The Protective Power of Plant Protein
- Did Your Kids Eat Breakfast This Morning?
- If You Want to Give Your Kids a Headstart, Give Them Oatmeal for Breakfast
- Pita Bread: The Perfect Pocket
- Pure Maple Syrup: The Real Thing
- Chinese Combination Soup for One
- Success Stories—One day in the summer of 1998, Leigh Hatcher’s life turned upside down. A simple virus took him into the wilderness of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for more than two years—until he found low GI …
- The New Glucose Revolution (direct mail edition)
- I haven't been able to find a reference as to what GI number a person should shoot for when trying to diet. Is there a formula, such as ‘take goal weight, multiply by age, divide by activity level?
- I’m confused. What’s the difference between GI and GL? Should I use GI or GL and does it really matter?
- How do you figure out the GL numbers?
- Does Low Carb automatically mean low GI?
- Does Sugar Cause Diabetes?
- Is sugar the worst thing for people with diabetes?
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