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

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…

 

Deliciously Sweet Splenda Recipes: No-Sugar, Low-Sugar, Sugar-Free and Diabetic Recipes Using Splenda

Enjoy these Tasty Low-Sugar Recipes Made with Splenda.

46 Delicious Splenda Recipes

These sugar-free recipes allow you to continue baking sweet tasting desserts, pies, muffins, breakfast items and much more, without the added sugar most recipes call for! This cookbook has 46 delicious Splenda recipes that taste great, are low in sugar and can even help you lose weight.

Easy to Navigate on the Kindle

Every recipe is easy to find in the table of contents, and clickable so you can jump straight to the recipe.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy-to-use Splenda cookbook , look no further. You’re going to enjoy making these sweet desserts and treats for your family, with recipes that use Splenda, not sugar!

Grandkid Approved!

In a strictly non-scientific study, all of these recipes have been kid-tasted and approved by my own grandchildren! I’ve even been known to surprise my family with a blind taste-test with two of the same desserts. One recipe using Splenda and the other with traditional sugar…They usually prefer my recipes made with Splenda over the regular sugary treats! Plus, these Splenda recipes are a lot of fun to make WITH your grandchildren.

Readers are already loving it…
“I honestly cannot imagine why it’s taken me so long to make some of these delicious recipes. This book was great and the recipes are laid out perfectly for my kindle. Thanks Martha!”
Jan Macklemore

“Easy Sugar-Free Pies. The cheesecake pie and the Oreo pie were my families favorite recipes… Great little Splenda cookbook for less than the price of a coffee.”
Kate Williamson

“…Good cookbook with plenty of sugar-free recipes for people with diabetes.”
Michelle Sellers

“…Splenda Recipes that actually taste good. This cookbook uses Splenda for almost every recipe and they taste great.”
Linda Heron

“This cookbook is a winner. Especially for diabetics.”
Phyllis Dereby

 

Diet Made Easy For Vegans: Proper Diabetes Management Using Vegan Recipes : Diabetes Diet Meal Plans, Recipes And Easy Lifestyle Guide

Everyone is aware that as a diabetic that you have to adhere to a specific diet and in certain situations you have to take medication as well. What however happens if you were on a specific diet before like a vegan diet?

How can you maintain that diet without eating anything that will affect the condition that you have been diagnosed? “Diabetes Diet Made Easy For Vegans: Proper Diabetes Management Using Vegan Recipes” solves that problem for a lot of persons. Within this text a vegan or any individual for that matter that has been diagnosed with diabetes can learn how to stick to their diet without any problems.

The vegan diet is actually a better option as it is not only low in saturated fat and cholesterol but it is filled with enough protein and fiber to fulfill the daily requirements for nutrients. With this diet it is much easier to maintain the levels of glucose in the blood.

This book is a must have for every diabetic (not necessarily vegans alone) as it is an extremely beneficial option if one is to remain healthy and happy. The plant based diet is nothing to balk at and the way to make the transition if you are not vegan is also outlined.

About the Authors:
Mary Lime is all too familiar with the process of careful selection of what she eats as she is gluten intolerant like other members in her household. As such the transition had to be made by all to a diet free from gluten to keep the possibility of cross contamination at zero.

She has done her research over the years and had put together a rough manual as a guide for herself and her family on things to do and what foods to purchase etc when her husband suggested that she put it in print for others that share the same fate.

After careful consideration she chose to do so as she was more than fully aware of the challenges an individual in her situation might face especially when it came down to shopping for foodstuff every week. Her books isn’t overwhelming by any means and provides a wealth of information that any celiac/gluten intolerant individual would find extremely useful.

The transition is not as hard as many may feel as the menu options are just as filling and may even be tastier in some instances than what they used to consume beforehand. In the long run Mary has presented a much healthier and safer way to eat. Mary also enjoy a vegan diet and share dietary information with her friend Dana; who happen to be diabetic.

Dana Tebow is no stranger to the any form of diabetic diet as she was diagnosed with type II diabetes in her adult life. She went through many nutritionists in her quest to find the right diet for her, one that she knew that she would be able to stick to without any challenges.

After a lengthy process she was introduced to the vegan diet. She was a bit out off at first but soon discovered that it was really beneficial not only to control the level of glucose in the blood but she also discovered that some studies indicate that the vegan diet can lower the occurrence of cardiovascular disease in diabetics.

Dana is aware that some people may be as put off as she was initially but assures the readers that a seamless transition can be made from their former to the more healthy vegan diet if they do it in stages and not all at once.

The recipes are just as tasty as the regular ones were but without all of the saturated fats and cholesterol that is bad for the health. She even has a bonus chapter which outlines some of her favorite dishes that readers can try out for themselves.

 

Diabetes Primer: Diagnosis and Assessment; Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose; Type I and Type II Diabetes; Using Diet and Exercise to Manage Diabetes

This popular guide is helpful to both young and old people who have diabetes and those who care for them.

Inside, you will learn the facts about some of the most common topics related to diabetes:

Diagnosis and Assessment – An in-depth look at the three primary blood tests used to diagnose diabetes, including fasting plasma glucose, oral glucose tolerance test, and casual plasma glucose.

Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose – Self-monitoring allows patients to take control of the disease, since everything they do and everything that happens to them affects their blood sugar. The two methods of self-monitoring, meter testing and visual testing, are reviewed.

Type I and II Diabetes – Detailed information about both the onset and symptoms of both Type I and Type II diabetes is examined.

Using Diet and Exercise to Manage Diabetes – Practical information on how to approach diet, exercise, and relaxation techniques when treating your diabetes.

Insulin Related Ailments – A review of the three main insulin related ailments that are of primary concern for diabetics: hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, and ketoacidosis.

Take advantange of this easy-to-read guide as you or a loved one learn to manage diabetes effectively.

 

Express Lane Diabetic Cooking : Hassle-Free Meals Using Ingredients from the Deli, Salad Bar, and Freezer Sections of Your Grocery Store

Readers can pick up a few prepared foods at the supermarket and create a dish in less than 30 minutes that tastes like they cooked for hours. More than 150 recipes feature ingredients from the deli, salad bar, and freezer sections of the grocery store. Special hints on how to find ingredients in the store are also featured, and a map of the usual placement of foods in the grocery store is included.

 

Curing Diabetes in 7 Steps: Take control of, and reverse your type two diabetes using Functional Medicine, naturally

Currently diabetes and its complications is the top ill-health epidemic affecting the entire world. It also affects young children at alarming rates. It is the major cause of other diseases such as obesity, heart disease, cancer, dementia, amputations, and more. It is essential to understand that Type 2 Diabetes is caused 100 percent by fungal, environmental, and lifestyle factors. And it can be reversed. In this book you will learn and apply how to change your diabetes forever using 7 Simple Steps. This book can start to heal your Type 2 Diabetes within seven days.

 

Complete Guide to Convenience Food Counts : Using Off-the-Shelf Foods to Create Delicious, Healthy Meals

With less and less time available to cook at home, more and more people are turning to alternative sources for meals. Diabetes Convenience Food Menus is packed with helpful information such as nutrition facts on pre-prepared and packaged meals commonly available at grocery and convenience stores; how to prepare balanced, healthy meals using convenience foods; and sample menus using convenience foods.

 

Baking with Agave Nectar: Over 100 Recipes Using Nature’s Ultimate Sweetener

If you haven’t discovered agave nectar, you’re in for a delectable surprise. This natural, low-glycemic sweetener is a revelation for diabetics, parents of young children, and anyone else who wants to cut down on refined sugar but still enjoy deep, real, satisfying sweetness.  Baking with Agave Nectar is bursting with more than 100 recipes for muffins, sweet breads, cookies, cakes, ice creams and sorbets, pies and tarts, sauces and frostings, and other special desserts. With scrumptious gluten-free, vegan, low-fat (or nonfat), and whole foods–based treats, as well as healthier (but still decadent tasting) versions of old favorites, there is truly something here for everyone. An ample glossary and resources section–with ingredients used in whole foods, vegan, and gluten-free baking–will help you make all your desserts a little (or a lot) healthier.  Once you start baking with agave nectar, you’ll find endless possibilities for adding utterly delicious sweet treats to a healthy diet.

 

HbA1c in Diabetes: Case studies using IFCC units

Adapting to the IFCC system of reporting HbA1c poses a challenge to generations of health professionals who have learnt the percentage system related to the major clinical trials, in type 1 and type 2 diabetes, the DCCT and UKPDS. This handy paperback illuminates the transition path.

Using real-life case studies to illustrate actual clinical situations, the book shows you how to use mmol/mol units in daily practice. Each case study shows the old percentage units alongside the IFCC units for quick comparison. Produced in association with Diabetes UK, this pocketbook helps you work with confidence in the IFCC system.

 

Foundation Seeks $11 Million to Fund Promising Research in Humans; Diabetes in Mice Cured Using Non-Embryonic Sources.: An article from: National Right to Life News

This digital document is an article from National Right to Life News, published by National Right to Life Committee, Inc. on February 1, 2005. The length of the article is 1157 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: Foundation Seeks $11 Million to Fund Promising Research in Humans; Diabetes in Mice Cured Using Non-Embryonic Sources.
Publication: National Right to Life News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: February 1, 2005
Publisher: National Right to Life Committee, Inc.
Volume: 32 Issue: 2 Page: 8

Distributed by Thomson Gale

 

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

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.

 

The Vitamin Cure for Diabetes: Prevent and Treat Diabetes Using Nutrition and Vitamin Supplementation

Most people’s diets are woefully inadequate for providing proper nutrition. Even good diets fail to deliver sufficient levels of nutrients. The Vitamin Cure book series highlights the safe and clinically effective use of vitamin supplements for a variety of illnesses. Research continues to prove the immense value of vitamins for maintaining health and fighting disease. The Vitamin Cure books, written by authors who are recognized experts in their field, deliver authoritative, up-to-date, and practical information on taking vitamins for particular health problems. There is an epidemic of diabetes and the problem is only getting worse. More than 220 million people worldwide have diabetes, and over 3 million people die from the consequences of the disease each year. Diabetes deaths will double by the year 2030. Diabetes mellitus affects the use of sugar (glucose) in the body, either because the body does not produce enough insulin or the cells do not respond to it. High levels of blood glucose become toxic to many tissues and organs and may result in blindness, kidney failure, brain and nerve damage, heart disease, and rapidly developing atherosclerosis. Fortunately, there is an answer. The Vitamin Cure for Diabetes can help the majority of diabetics come off all or most medications by changing their lifestyle, eating a healthier diet, starting to exercise, and taking nutraceuticals. This book provides a complete supplement program (vitamins, minerals, and other dietary supplements) that can prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. Readers will learn how to optimally manage, or even prevent, diabetes for themselves and for their loved ones.

 

The Ultimate Calorie, Carb, and Fat Gram Counter: Quick, Easy Meal Planning Using Counts for Your Favorite Foods (Ultimate Calorie, Carb & Fat Gram Counter)

This essential bestseller is back and even better – updated with nearly 1,000 more menu and food items! This all-new updated edition includes complete nutrition information on everything from fruits and vegetables to fast food and prepackaged/frozen meals. Includes an all-new section on gluten-free foods.

 

A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes: Using Natural Supplements, Nutrition, and Alternative Therapies to Better Manage Your Diabetes (Square One Health Guide)

If you are among the 17 million American who have diabetes, you are probably working with a doctor to maintain an appropriate treatment program. But what if you could do more to improve your health? In A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes, Gene Bruno reveals natural ways to complement your current diabetes management.

The author first explains what complementary therapy means, stressing that the treatments he recommends are meant to enhance your current diabetes program, not replace it. He then defines diabetes and details nutritional modifications that can be helpful in its control. The remainder of the book is devoted to diabetes symptoms and natural methods for dealing with them, as well as important information on potential interactions between prescription drugs and alternative therapies. Unique in its approach, A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes will help you assume an active role in your diabetes program and enjoy the greatest health possible.

 

Saving a brachiocephalic fistula using lipectomy.(Case Study): An article from: Nephrology Nursing Journal

This digital document is an article from Nephrology Nursing Journal, published by Jannetti Publications, Inc. on May 1, 2005. The length of the article is 961 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: Saving a brachiocephalic fistula using lipectomy.(Case Study)
Author: Cindy Roberts
Publication: Nephrology Nursing Journal (Magazine/Journal)
Date: May 1, 2005
Publisher: Jannetti Publications, Inc.
Volume: 32 Issue: 3 Page: 331(1)

Distributed by Thomson Gale

 

The Diabetes Carbohydrate and Fat Gram Guide : Quick, Easy Meal Planning Using Carbohydrate and Fat Gram Counts

For people with diabetes, counting carbohydrates and fats is the approach recommended by dietitians. This user-friendly guide describes how to use many generic and brand-name foods in meal planning and teaches you to convert carbohydrate grams into carbohydrate exchanges. Nutrient counts for food planning, how to understand grocery store food labels, and how to incorporate different sources of food-count information into meal planning are also covered.

 

Diabetes Meals on the Run : Fast, Healthy Menus Using Convenience Foods

From fast foods to frozen entrees to deli takeout to salad bars, there is an abundance of tasty, convenient meal options catering to our hurry-up lifestyles. But as a person with diabetes you must follow strict nutritional guidelines and things can be quite a bit more complicated. Written by a leading national diabetes educator, Diabetes Meals on the Run is the first-ever guide to adapting fast foods and convenience foods to a diabetes nutrition regimen.

 

Diabetes Meals on the Run: Fast, Healthy Menus Using Convenience Foods

From fast foods to frozen entrees to deli takeout to salad bars, there is an abundance of tasty, convenient meal options catering to our hurry-up lifestyles. But as a person with diabetes you must follow strict nutritional guidelines and things can be quite a bit more complicated. Written by a leading national diabetes educator, Diabetes Meals on the Run is the first-ever guide to adapting fast foods and convenience foods to a diabetes nutrition regimen.

 

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