In This Issue:
In late August we welcomed aboard the 20,000th subscriber to GI News. As a thank you, we have a special gift – a copy of The Low GI Diet Cookbook. At the same time we would like to thank all our subscribers who have helped to make the Newsletter a great success and whose comments and questions play a key role in shaping each issue.
- Food for Thought
- GI News Briefs
—The vegan advantage
—High blood glucose linked to dementia
—Not chubby by choice
—The chromium question
- GI Values Updates
—The latest GI values from SUGiRS: Ginger
—The mystery of BR16
- Low GI Food of the Month
—Low GI and gluten free
- Low GI Recipe of the Month
—Thai-style pear and chicken salad
- Success Stories
—Amy kills two birds with one stone
- What's New?
—The Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook
- Feedback—Your FAQs Answered
Joanna McMillan-Price and Alan Barclay answer this month’s FAQs
- I am 53 and not overweight, but I constantly feel tired and run down. And my mood can get low at times. Would low GI eating be of benefit to me?
- Does it matter if you eat less protein than is recommended in the 12-week action plan on The Low GI Diet?
- I heard people with diabetes should eat between meal snacks and supper before going to bed – is that true?
- Look it up in our A–Z: The GI Glossary continued
The publishers of the New Glucose Revolution series, Hachette Livre Australia, Hodder Mobius UK and Marlowe & Company New York, have also agreed to give away a copy of The Low GI Diet Cookbook to every 1000th subscriber from now on. To subscribe, just click on 'SUBSCRIBE' at the top of the right-hand column.
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