Posts Tagged ‘Index’

Laxmi Basmati Rice (Lower Glycemic Index Value Rice for Diabetics) 10lb

Saturday, June 29th, 2013

Specially Cultivated and Processed to create a Low G.I. Level Rice. This makes the rice suitable for Health Conscious diabetic patients, when used in moderate quantities.

 

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Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

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Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

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The Low Glycemic Diet (A Simple Step By Step Guide To Using The Gi Index To Lose Weight, Boost Energy And Feel Great)

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Ever heard of the low glycemic diet?

If not and you need to lose a few pounds, then you should take the time to read this book.

It’s not a heavy thesis or a text book written so only the top brains in the world can understand it. It’s an easy read, packed full of useful and actionable steps and techniques you can use straight away. Written by personal trainer and weight loss expert Jenny Wright, it clearly and concisely explains exactly how the low glycemic diet works and how to put it to use yourself right now to lose weight, get more energy and feel great.

The glycemic index diet is a great way to lose weight because it’s based upon a sound nutritional footing. You don’t eliminate certain foods from your diet entirely, you simply make healthier choices, which is essentially what anyone needs to do in order to get in to the shape they want to be in.

This is what this book will do for you…

It will provide you with a simple blueprint for success, a clear direction to follow which charts out your progress, no matter what level of fitness or shape of body you are now.

Once you put in to practice the techniques and tips you learn from this clever twist of a diet plan, (it’s actually more like a lifestyle plan, not really a diet) you’ll wish you’d done it years ago.

Here’s what you’ll discover in ‘The Low Glycemic Diet’…

* How the GI Diet works
* Why the low GI diet is a great tool for weight loss
* How G.I foods are ranked
* How to instantly send your energy levels SKYROCKETING!
* How to lose weight

Perhaps the biggest benefit of following the low glycemic diet is that unlike virtually every other diet out there… it’s a diet that you can follow for life. It’s not off the wall or controversial… just sound nutritional practice.

The most common health benefits of the low GI Diet are…

* lower blood sugar levels
* lower cholesterol levels
* less chance of suffering from heart disease
* lower blood pressure
* less cravings

By keeping more control of your blood sugar levels you’ll finally be able to lose weight easily. Once you get off the sugar roller coaster ride, you’ll crave less sweetness and dramatically reduce your appetite.

Because you won’t be getting the highs, you’ll also be able to side step the lows which means your energy levels will get a boost and stay elevated longer so you’ll feel like being more active… this could be the perfect solution for you.

Ultimately the best way of getting in to great shape, having a flat tummy, firmer thighs, more energy and a radiant glow is by eating a well balanced diet. The low GI diet is the PERFECT solution for this

Discover how you can get these benefits and more right now. You can have the information in front of you in less than a minute, simply scroll to the top right of this page and click on the buy now button…

 

The Good Carb Cookbook: Secrets of Eating Low on the Glycemic Index

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

A complete guide and cookbook to selecting and using the best carbohydrates to lose weight, maintain blood sugar levels, and improve overall health.

 

Not all carbs are created equal. In fact, the latest dietary research shows that different carbohydrates have varying effects on the body, depending on the rate at which they raise blood sugar levels–also known as a food’s glycemic index (GI). Choosing a balance of foods that are low on the GI will speed weight loss and control diabetes, insulin resistance, and cardiovascular disease.

 

In The Good Carb Cookbook, Sandra Woodruff demystifies the carbohydrate confusion by explaining the real differences among carbohydrates (baked potatoes are high on the index, while sweet potatoes are low), and shares her secrets for eating low on the index. The book includes an invaluable table with hundreds of common foods and their glycemic index rating; more than two hundred recipes to get people cooking and eating low on the index; and tips to modify high-glycemic family favorites with low-glycemic ingredients, lose weight, maintain blood sugar, and achieve optimal health.

One bad carbohydrate can’t spoil the whole batch, but studies show that too many of the “wrong kinds” can lead to a slew of nasty health conditions, including obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Sandra Woodruff, author of several bestsellers (including Secrets of Fat-Free Cooking and Secrets of Cooking for a Long Life) goes far beyond the realm of breads and pastas to offer a comprehensive look at nutrition, followed by a trove of carbo-smart recipes. Healthy eating, Woodruff asserts, requires keen attention to the glycemic index (GI), “a ranking of foods based on their potential to raise blood sugar levels.” By choosing foods that rank low on the GI, and balancing higher GI foods with protein, she says, individuals will achieve better overall health. While the first section reads a bit like a college text (heavy with charts, grams, and serving sizes, plus all the numbers associated with the glycemic index), Woodruff gracefully applies this knowledge to real-life scenarios. Her meal-planning and dining-out tips accommodate a wide variety of eating habits and cuisines, with ample hints for hearty eaters, snackers, sweet-tooth sufferers, and those who enjoy international fare. More than 200 recipes include options for vegetarians, meat-and-potato types, adventurous chefs, and keep-it-simple cooks, without calling attention to any such stereotype. Two minor beefs: teaspoon and tablespoon appear in their unabbreviated forms, potentially making for easy errors; also, a fancy typeface makes reading the ingredients somewhat tricky. –Liane Thomas

 

The Glycemic Index Diet Simplified: A Concise and Easy to Read Guide on the G.I Glycemic Index Diet

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Let’s face it: counting calories is tough, takes the fun out of life, and makes you seem extremely unsociable. Besides, who but a nutritionist can really do it correctly?

That’s where the Glycemic Index Diet comes in.

This was developed in the 1980s by Dr. David J. Jenkins, a nutrition professor at the University of Toronto, to help diabetics manage their diets and their weight. It was further added to by two Australian professors whose work will be discussed further in chapter 3.

So now you’re thinking: “but I’m not a diabetic!”

(Unless you are, of course)

Regardless of whether or not you are a diabetic, the Glycemic Index Diet is great for shedding those pounds with a minimum of fuss, though effort on your part is required, of course.

The Glycemic Index (or “GI” for short), by the way, is nothing more than a way of measuring the effect the carbohydrate content of certain foods affect your body. Specifically, it determines how these impact your blood sugar levels, which in turn affects how much energy you have, your mood, and yes, your weight.

What it does not do is to consider the fat or caloric content of food.

This is good news. This is very good news, because it means that the range of things you can eat just got a whole lot bigger than other diets provide.

Sounds good?

The advantage of the GI Diet is that it involves a very simple eating plan composed largely of lean meat, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. The things your mother told you were good for you, and she was right!

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…So, are you searching for an Easy and Straightforward way to Learn about The Glycemic Index Diet?

Well your search ends here… “The Glycemic Index Diet, Simplified” is an efficient answer to the most common questions related to the (G.I) Glycemic Index Diet.

Note: This book is shorter than most other Glycemic Index Diet Books or Dummies Books.
Reason: I have removed a lot of the “Fluff” that usually fill up some of these books and get straight to the point (actually I’ve replaced it with a little humor and maybe a little rant here and there, *wink). This is not a recipe book but I have included a few useful meal plans to help you get started…also, there’s no long autobiography… (After all you are really only interested in learning about the Glycemic Index Diet…right?).

Another thing…if you are easily offended then this may not be for you, see…I am what you can call a “straight talker”…so you will either love my tone or you won’t (although quietly inside I’m really hoping that you do love it 🙂

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In this Concise and Simplistic Book, you will Discover:

–> What the Glycemic Index really is
–> How the G.I is “ranked”
–> Why you should go low on the GI
–> The kind of foods that are on the GI diet
–> Exactly how low you should go
–> The benefits of a low G.I diet for weight loss
–> How the GI Diet works
–> Phases of the Glycemic Index Diet
–> Foods with a low GI content
–> Computing the GI of an entire meal
–> Sample one-week meal plan + Other meal ideas
–> How to take control of yourself and Listen to your body
–> How to Stick to the low GI when shopping
–> Minding the low GI when eating out
–> Strategies to keep those pounds off
–> Simple Exercises that work (Without going to the Gym)

*****So, if you are ready to Discover those Facts then…Grab a Copy of my book now…I Guarantee you will be happy you did!…if you aren’t then I will do your house chores for 1 week………(nah, just kidding…buy the book…you’ll learn loads and have fun doing it)… See you on the inside 🙂

 

The Low GI Shopper’s Guide to GI Values 2013: The Authoritative Source of Glycemic Index Values for More than 1,200 Foods (New Glucose Revolution)

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

In their groundbreaking books on the benefits of a low-GI diet, world-renowned researcher Jennie Brand-Miller and her team have changed the way the world thinks about food and nutrition. Eating according to the glycemic index has never been more popular than it is now—and it just got easier.

From general health concerns to losing weight to managing chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease, the Shopper’s Guide has everything you need to know about managing your health through your eating habits. The GI tables—comprehensive lists of foods and their glycemic index values—are the key to unlocking the remarkable health benefits of a low-GI diet.

This year’s edition of the Shopper’s Guide is an essential tool for your health and wellness.

 

The G.I. Handbook: How the Glycemic Index Works

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

G.I., which is short for Glycemic Index–or blood-sugar index–must be maintained at an optimal level for weight control and sustained energy levels. Author Barbara Ravage recommends prudent dietary habits as she focuses on the varying effects of different carbohydrates on blood-sugar levels. Readers who follow her guidelines will conclude that it’s neither difficult nor disagreeable to substitute low GI-rated foods for others with higher ratings. For instance, she suggests pasta rather than potatoes, berry fruits rather than bananas, and wine rather than beer with meals. She also offers advice on cooking and processing foods for optimal GI ratings. Extensive charts list the GI ratings of everyday foods, specifying the grams of carbohydrates each serving yields. For easy reference, foods are grouped into types that include: breads and bread products; cereals and grains; cookies, crackers, and cakes; fruit and fruit juices; vegetables and legumes; rice and pasta; milk and dairy foods, sweets and chocolate; and drinks. Here’s a wealth of no-nonsense information in a compact volume for health-conscious readers.

 

Glycemic Index Food Guide: For Weight Loss, Cardiovascular Health, Diabetic Management, and Maximum Energy (Transitions Lifestyle Systems)

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

The glycemic index (GI) is an important nutritional tool. By indicating how quickly a given food triggers a rise in blood sugar, the GI enables you to choose foods that can help you manage a variety of conditions and improve your overall health.

Written by leading nutritionist Dr. Shari Lieberman, this book was designed as an easy-to-use guide to the glycemic index. The book first answers commonly asked questions, ensuring that you understand the GI and know how to use it. It then provides the glycemic index and glycemic load of hundreds of foods and beverages, including raw foods, cooked foods, and many combination and prepared foods. Whether you are interested in controlling your glucose levels to manage your diabetes, lose weight, increase your heart health, or simply enhance your well-being, the Glycemic Index Food Guide is the best place to start.

The glycemic index (GI) is an important nutritional tool. By indicating how quickly a given food triggers a rise in blood sugar, the GI enables you to choose foods that can help you manage a variety of conditions and improve your overall health.

Written by leading nutritionist Dr. Shari Lieberman, this book was designed as an easy-to-use guide to the glycemic index. The book first answers commonly asked questions, ensuring that you understand the GI and know how to use it. It then provides the glycemic index and glycemic load of hundreds of foods and beverages, including raw foods, cooked foods, and many combination and prepared foods. Whether you are interested in controlling your glucose levels to manage your diabetes, lose weight, increase your heart health, or simply enhance your well-being, the Glycemic Index Food Guide is the best place to start.

 

Glycemic Index Food Guide (Transitions Lifestyle Systems)

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Transitions Lifestyle Easy-to-Use Glycemic Index Food Guide

From one of America’s leading nutritionists comes an easy-to-use guide to the glycemic index of a wide range of common foods and beverages. Designed to be used at home or on the go, this will quickly become the first resource you turn to whenever you want to select a food that can help you reach your health and dietary goals.

This book:

  • • Provides both the glycemic index and the glycemic load of hundreds of foods and beverages, including raw foods, cooked foods, and popular combination and prepared foods.• Makes foods easy to find by listing them both singly and under helpful categories.• Includes tips within the listings to guide you towards the best food choices. 1 Provides lists of ethnic foods for use at your favorite restaurant.• Presents easy-to-understand explanations of glycemic index, glycemic load, and other important terms.• Expands your food choices by helping you integrate high-glycemic index foods into your diet.• Explains how the glycemic index can help you manage a range of disorders, from diabetes to cardiovascular disease.• Answers commonly asked questions about carbohydrates, blood glucose, and the glycemic index.
  • Whether you are interested in controlling your glucose levels to manage your diabetes, lose weight, increase your heart health, boost your energy level, or simply improve your overall well-being, Transitions Lifestyle System Glycemic Index Food Guide is the best place to start.

    Transitions Lifestyle Easy-to-Use Glycemic Index Food Guide

    From one of America’s leading nutritionists comes an easy-to-use guide to the glycemic index of a wide range of common foods and beverages. Designed to be used at home or on the go, this will quickly become the first resource you turn to whenever you want to select a food that can help you reach your health and dietary goals.

    This book:

  • • Provides both the glycemic index and the glycemic load of hundreds of foods and beverages, including raw foods, cooked foods, and popular combination and prepared foods.• Makes foods easy to find by listing them both singly and under helpful categories.• Includes tips within the listings to guide you towards the best food choices. 1 Provides lists of ethnic foods for use at your favorite restaurant.• Presents easy-to-understand explanations of glycemic index, glycemic load, and other important terms.• Expands your food choices by helping you integrate high-glycemic index foods into your diet.• Explains how the glycemic index can help you manage a range of disorders, from diabetes to cardiovascular disease.• Answers commonly asked questions about carbohydrates, blood glucose, and the glycemic index.
  • Whether you are interested in controlling your glucose levels to manage your diabetes, lose weight, increase your heart health, boost your energy level, or simply improve your overall well-being, Transitions Lifestyle System Glycemic Index Food Guide is the best place to start.

     

    The Complete Idiot’s Guide Glycemic Index Cookbook

    Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

    Cook these recipes up-and keep blood sugar down.

    With over 325 delicious and healthy recipes, The Complete Idiot’s Guide(r) to the Glycemic Index Cookbook is an invaluable reference for choosing foods according to their GI-a system of classifying carbohydrate-based foods by how much they raise blood sugar. Diabetes, insulin resistance, heart disease, and obesity may be avoided by following the glycemic index. Practical and easy to use, this is the one cookbook anyone concerned with their blood sugar will want to have in the kitchen.

    *More than 325 recipes *Includes both the GI value and a GL (glycemic load) rating for each recipe *18 million people in the U.S. have type 2 diabetes and the number is growing

     

    Low Glycemic Index- Glycemic Load Diet and Diabetes Management: How to manage Insulin resistance, poorly-controlled,and gestation diabetes mellitus; and lipids of diabetes subjects

    Friday, December 21st, 2012

    Type 2 diabetes has been a 61% increase in incidence between 1990 and 2001 in the USA. There are 1.5 million new cases per year. Poorly-controlled diabetes that is characterized with increased glycated hemoglobin, HbA1c>8%, is increasing world wide, and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) affects a substantial number of pregnancies, which complicates 7% of all pregnancies. Substantial evidence from studies support the dietary fiber and types of carbohydrate (glycemic index and load) impact on postprandial glucose and insulin responses. High carbohydrate intake recommended in diabetes, resulting in suboptimal glycemic control and lipoprotein profile, gradually increasing insulin and/or oral hypoglycemic medication requirement and eventually weight gain. Therefore, we investigated the role of low glycemic index-glycemic load diet with and without extra fiber (wheat bran) on blood glucose profile of insulin resistance, diabetes and GDM subjects. The diets included lower amount of carbohydrate and higher fat content than traditionally introduced diets as an alternative approach to reduce glycemic response to carbohydrate and also reducing HbA1c concentration of poor-controlled diabetes

     

    Eat Informed – Glycemic Index

    Thursday, December 20th, 2012

    Product Features

    • Search for foods by name.
    • Read the glycemic details on any food with just one tap.
    • Filter glycemic index based on text queries.
    • The lists can be sorted by names or by glycemic index.
    • A new favorites list can be managed by user.
    • The history list retains the last foods that you searched.
    • Share a details page with friends.
    • Filter a list by food category.
    • Fast GI Computer with generic foods listed by category.
    • Improved help center.

     

    500 Low Glycemic Index Recipes: Fight Diabetes and Heart Disease, Lose Weight and Have Optimum Energy with Recipes That Let You Eat

    Monday, December 3rd, 2012

    500 Low-Glycemic-Index Recipes provides quick and easy low-GI dishes for snacks, main dishes, even desserts! Readers learn how simple food swaps such as sweet potatoes for white potatoes, using whole wheat rather than white pasta and berries rather than bananas can lower the GI index of a dish or meal for healthier eating as well as weight loss. Low-GI versions of traditionally high GI foods such as breads, pastas, desserts and casseroles are included.

    Forget low-carb, low-fat, low-calorie diets. This is a healthy eating plan that can be used for life to lose weight, feel energized, and be healthy.

     

    The New Glucose Revolution Shopper’s Guide to GI Values 2010: The Authoritative Source of Glycemic Index Values for More Than 1,300 Foods

    Saturday, October 20th, 2012

    Whether you’re looking to lose weight, help manage conditions like diabetes or hypertension, or simply eat for lifelong good health, adopting a low-GI diet is the scientifically proven way to reach your goal. This 2008 guide, updated with more than 500 new foods, makes it easier than ever to select smart, low-GI choices for all your meals. Featured are: The GI value for over 1,000 popular foods and prepared meals-twice as many as 2007 All-new expanded nutrient data-including serving size, calories, fat, saturated fat, carbohydrate, fiber, and sodium per serving of each food Advice on shopping and eating out to guide your daily food choices Essential advice for incorporating low-GI foods into a gluten-free diet

     

    The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Glycemic Index Weight Loss

    Sunday, October 14th, 2012

    The skinny on the glycemic index.

    Research has proven that the best way to lose weight is to watch the glycemic load, which is measured by the glycemic index rating of each food. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Glycemic Index Weight Loss provides readers a solid foundation for understanding how and why a glycemic index diet works and controlling counts, along with activity and stress levels. Also includes recipes and a glycemic index.

    • The perfect solution for anyone at risk for Type II diabetes or anyone ready for a change from the low-carb diet
    • 64% of adults over the age of 20 in the US are overweight or obese
    • Offers information on supplements, basic easy recipes, food lists, and sample meal plans
    • A full appendix with glycemic index counts and loads for all sorts of foods

     

    The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies

    Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

    Get proven results from this safe, effective, and easy-to-follow diet

    Using the glycemic index is a proven method of losing and maintaining weight safely and quickly. The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies presents this system in an easy-to-apply manner, giving you the tools and tips you need to shed unwanted pounds and improve your overall health.

    Recommends foods that boost metabolism, promote weight loss, and provide longer-lasting energy

    • Features delicious recipes for glycemic-friendly cooking at home
    • Includes exercises for maintaining glycemic index weight loss and promoting physical fitness
    • Offers guidance on shopping for food as well as eating at restaurants and away from home

    You’ll not only see how to apply the glycemic index to your existing diet plan, but also how to develop a lifestyle based around improving your overall health.

     

    The New Glucose Revolution for Diabetes: The Definitive Guide to Managing Diabetes and Prediabetes Using the Glycemic Index (Marlowe Diabetes Library)

    Friday, September 21st, 2012

    The New Glucose Revolution for Diabetes is the first comprehensive guide to using the glycemic index to control type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, and more. The book features the latest, most accurate information with new findings by the authors. It includes GI-based recipes and menus for type 1, type 2, prediabetes, gestational diabetes, and juvenile diabetes, as well as related conditions like obesity and celiac disease, plus practical dietary guidance on sugar, sweeteners, alcohol, snacking, and eating out.

     

    Transitions Lifestyle System Easy-to-Use Glycemic Index Food Guide (Transitions Lifestyle Systems)

    Thursday, September 13th, 2012

    The glycemic index (GI) is an important nutritional tool. By indicating how quickly a given food triggers a rise in blood sugar, the GI enables you to choose foods that can help you manage a variety of conditions and improve your overall health.

    Written by leading nutritionist Dr. Shari Lieberman, this book was designed as an easy-to-use guide to the glycemic index. The book first answers commonly asked questions, ensuring that you understand the GI and know how to use it. It then provides the glycemic index and glycemic load of hundreds of foods and beverages, including raw foods, cooked foods, and many combination and prepared foods. Whether you are interested in controlling your glucose levels to manage your diabetes, lose weight, increase your heart health, or simply enhance your well-being, the Glycemic Index Food Guide is the best place to start.

     

    The Everything Glycemic Index Cookbook (Everything Series)

    Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

    Switching to a low-GI diet is the key to losing weight–and keeping it off, especially for those suffering from obesity, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. With this new edition of the classic cookbook, registered dietician LeeAnn Smith shows you how to prepare low-GI meals that are as tasty as they are healthy, including:

    • Tomato and Feta Frittata
    • Asian Sesame Lettuce Wraps
    • Barley Risotto with Mushroom and Thyme
    • Ginger Beef and Napa Cabbage
    • Braised Chicken with White Beans and Kale
    • Dark Chocolate?Dipped Macaroons

    With a foreword by a weight-loss specialist at the UCLA School of Medicine, this is the only cookbook you need to master the art and science of preparing and enjoying good food–that’s good for you!

     

    500 Low Glycemic Index Recipes: Fight Diabetes and Heart Disease, Lose Weight and Have Optimum Energy with Recipes That Let You Eat the Foods You Enjoy

    Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

    500 Low-Glycemic-Index Recipes provides quick and easy low-GI dishes for snacks, main dishes, even desserts! Readers learn how simple food swaps such as sweet potatoes for white potatoes, using whole wheat rather than white pasta and berries rather than bananas can lower the GI index of a dish or meal for healthier eating as well as weight loss. Low-GI versions of traditionally high GI foods such as breads, pastas, desserts and casseroles are included.

    Forget low-carb, low-fat, low-calorie diets. This is a healthy eating plan that can be used for life to lose weight, feel energized, and be healthy.

     

    Quick, Simple and Healthy Diabetic Recipes That Taste Great_ Low Carb, Low Sugar, Low Glycemic Index But You’ll Love’em, w_ Meal Planner and Snacks, Including Vegetarian

    Friday, September 7th, 2012

    Just what you need to control your diabetes and enjoy eating again. Explains all about the low glycemic diet, foods that are tasty but not dangerous for you, how to pick the right foods and the right recipes, ie. eating healthy and controlling your diabetes naturally.

    So many tasty recipes that are easy to prepare and don’t require exotic ingredients. Lots of things to make ahead of time and keep on hand. Great meal planning ideas (including healthy snacks).

    Includes vegetarian and vegan recipes and meal planning for the whole day.

     

    The New Glucose Revolution Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook: 80 Delicious Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes Made Easy with the Glycemic Index

    Friday, August 31st, 2012

    The world’s leading authorities on the glycemic index offer even more delicious diet solutions in this companion cookbook volume to the New York Times bestselling The New Glucose Revolution series. Low GI eating is widely acknowledged by health experts as a healthier, better balanced, and more flexible alternative to every other diet regimen. Now, based on their groundbreaking research discoveries on the benefits of eating low glycemic foods, Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller and Kaye Foster Powell, along with Joanna McMillan-Price, present a complete low-GI cookbook on vegetarian and vegan meals. Featuring 100 simple, satisfying recipes, The New Glucose Revolution Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook makes it easy for vegetarians and vegans to switch to a low-GI lifestyle — and for low-GI fans to adopt a vegetarian diet. The book includes essential information on the basics of vegetarian and vegan cooking, food shopping the low-GI way, preparing kids meals, and menu ideas for a busy lifestyle. With beautiful color photos throughout, The New Glucose Low GI Vegetarian Cookbook offers vegetarian and vegans the key to achieving weight loss goals and lifelong vitality.