1 October 2008

GI News—October 2008

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  • 40 new GI values
  • Spices protect against high blood glucose
  • Why isn’t the weight coming off my waist?
  • Is there a GI number I should strive for each day?
  • Camomile tea and diabetes
  • Can you die of a ‘broken heart’?
For a whole range of reasons we tend to classify foods as being ‘good’ or ‘bad’. Dietitian Glenn Cardwell suggests we treat ourselves to a reality check in Food for Thought. The new Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical Practice Guidelines have been published and one of the three key nutrition messages is ‘Replacing high-glycemic index carbohydrates with low-glycemic index carbohydrates in mixed meals. Read all about it in News Briefs along with reports on preventing type 2 diabetes and milk and muscle recovery. In Food of the Month, Catherine Saxelby looks at mushrooms and a new study on how they can help with weight loss. There are all our usual features too, including two low GI recipes and 40 new GI values from North America and Australia.

Good eating, good health and good reading.

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

2 comments:

Parantar said...

im just only 18 but i have already diabetes. this started when i was 16.

GI Group said...

Hi 'Parantar' - we hope you find this newsletter useful in helping you manage your diabetes. Feel free to post any general questions about diet and diabetes you may have (we don't give personal dietary advice). We answer most questions within a day or so.