Lose Weight and Stay Healthy The GI Way: Covers information on the glycemic index and weight loss, how to change your diet to eat low glycemic foods, how high glycemic foods are linked to disease and cravings, and the glycemic index of various foods.
REVEALED – How to Lose Weight & Get Healthier … Without Starving Yourself, Depleting Your Energy or Spending a Fortune! From the desk of: Bella Baker
Dear Friend, You may know that the glycemic index has been used by people with diabetes and insulin resistance to monitor their calorie, carbohydrate and protein intake for years … but did you also know that research has shown it is the “perfect diet” for anyone who wants to lose weight easily and keep it off?
Whether you just need to lose a few pounds or hundreds of pounds … whether you have had some success dieting before or you have failed miserably on every diet you have ever tried … following the glycemic index can help you lose weight … and keep it off!
The glycemic index, or GI, ranks carbohydrates on a scale from 0 to 100 according to their effect on blood sugar levels.
Foods with a high GI score are those that are rapidly digested and absorbed and that result in marked fluctuations in blood sugar levels.
Low-GI foods, which are more slowly digested and absorbed by the body, produce gradual rises in blood sugar and insulin levels, and have proven benefits for health.
In fact, numerous studies have shown that eating low GI foods is the secret to reducing your risk of heart disease and diabetes … and is the key to sustainable weight loss!
The glycemic index is no ‘fad’ diet… it’s a seriously studied and highly respected weight loss plan that has been shown again and again to be effective.
As you replace high GI foods with low GI foods, your insulin levels and insulin resistance lower, your energy increases and even your stress decreases. In other words, you begin to feel better than you have in years!
At the same time, your body stops storing fat and instead begins burning fat for energy while increasing your metabolism. In other words, your body turns into a fat-burning furnace and those extra pounds begin to melt away.
Of course, you can’t just grab a copy of a glycemic index chart and try to lose weight on your own.
To truly succeed on this diet, you need guidance on how to best make the switch to this type of diet … you need to know what foods are best to eat when, and with which other foods … you need…