1 December 2007

GI News—December 2007

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In this issue of GI News

  • A cuppa tea quells BGLs
  • Update on cinnamon (cassia)
  • Prof Trim checks out glucosamine
  • How to boost that slow metabolism
  • Eating to beat cancer
If cookbooks for family and friends are on your Christmas shopping list, check out our top 10. We’ve picked our favourites from books reviewed in GI News with great recipes that will look after your body as well as delight your tastebuds. Also this month Dr David shares the secret of getting kids active; our chef Kate Hemphill has come up with two easy entertaining recipes with a Mediterranean flavour; and our pick of the crop for food for the month just had to be juicy, chin-drippy mangoes – we couldn’t resist. Enjoy this bumper issue for holiday reading.

Good eating, good health and good reading.

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GI News Editor: Philippa Sandall
Web Design and Management: Scott Dickinson, PhD

2 comments:

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