Glycemic Index: Which foods are best?

Eating right doesn’t have to be a challenge if you know which foods to eat. There are many “healthy foods” that really aren’t that healthy.

Eating foods with a low glycemic index can dramatically increase your weight loss.

To understand more about how the Glycemic Index works read this article Insulin: The Fat Hormone.

Weight loss doesn’t have to be hard and by including the low glycemic foods listed below in your diet you will start to see how easy it is.

A breakdown of some common foods and their Glycemic Index (GI) categories:

Low GI Foods:
Most fruit and vegetables (except potatoes, watermelon), bran, grainy breads, pasta, legumes/pulses, milk, fish, eggs, meat, nuts, oils

Medium GI Foods
whole wheat products, brown rice, basmati rice, orange sweet potato, table sugar

High GI Foods
corn flakes, baked potato, watermelon, some white rices (e.g. jasmine), croissant, white bread, candy, cereal, soda

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