1 May 2010

GI News—May 2010

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  • Reduce your risk of heart disease with a low GI diet
  • High GI carbs increase women's heart risk
  • Fruit, veg and the other Big C
  • Can you put a number on a low GI diet?
  • Grapefruit: low GI and heart healthy
  • Do all wholegrains provide the same heart benefits as oats and barley?
  • GI values for traditional Chinese foods including pork buns
  • Shopper's Guide to GI Values 2010 giveaway
‘The heart is the body’s engine room, nourishing every organ, muscle, nerve and bone with oxygen and nutrient-rich blood,’ says dietitian Nicole Senior in Eat to Beat Cholesterol. ‘So look after your heart and you can spend more time doing the things you enjoy, be able to participate in life with no restrictions, be around to enjoy your children and grand children, and live to see more great places and people.’ As May is Heart Week in Australia (2–8 May) and National Stroke Awareness Month in the US, we are focusing on diet and cardiovascular disease this issue and look at research that shows why being choosy about your carbs can help prevent heart disease and stroke.

Good eating, good health and good reading.

Editor: Philippa Sandall
Web management and design: Alan Barclay, PhD

6 comments:

Petrus said...

Finding low GI foods in our supermarkets is very difficul.Bread almost never!

GI Group said...

We appreciate it can be difficult, especially in the bread and breakfast cereal aisles. If you check out a copy of Low GI Eating Made Easy you will find that it lists the top 100 naturally low GI foods.

In addition, you may be able to find the GI values of your favourite brands in The Shopper's Guide to GI Values which is updated every year. The GI database at www.glycemicindex.com is another useful place to check out GI values.

Here's a FREE booklet you can download that may help you: http://www.gisymbol.com.au/MakingHealthyChoicesEasier.pdf

Finally, why don't you contact the manufacturer of your favourite breads and ask them if they have been GI tested and what the GI value is. We do know that dense grainy breads and soy and linseed breads usually have a low GI.

Good luck!

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health news said...

High cholesterol is the main risk to heart diseases. So maintaining a low GI diet is really essential for healthy living.
Thanks for the post.

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