Eating the Low GI Way

Eating the Low GI Way

There are so many ways to eat, that it?can all be very confusing! I have found the most success helping individuals understand how foods affect the body through?Glycemic Index?and?Glycemic Load. GI?measures how quickly foods breakdown into sugar in your bloodstream. High glycemic foods (70+) turn into blood sugar very quickly. Starchy foods like potatoes are a good example. Potatoes have such a high GI rating, that it?s almost the same as eating table sugar. Low glycemic (0-55) take longer for your body to break down and will give you sustained energy (broccoli, apples, etc.). But the GI won?t tell you

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