Whether it's to lose weight or for health reasons, eating a low GI diet is now hugely popular and a way of life for many people.
the GI (glycaemic index) is a measure of how the foods you eat affect blood sugar levels. By eating foods that have a low GI count your body will maintain an equilibrium and you will never feel hungry or low in energy. A clearly written introduction explaining how the GI works is followed by a host of delicious recipes in chapters such as start the day and food for friends. Over 100 triple-tested recipes in a new full-colour cookery series, featuring the most popular recipes from the GH Institute Kitchens - tried * tested * trusted recipes that are guaranteed to work first time every time. Each title in the series contains: * Step-by-step photography of essential cooking techniques * Nutritional advice - clear information where recipes are vegetarian, wheat, gluten and dairy free * Preparation and cooking times, serving quantities * Menu ideas * temperature and measurement conversion charts
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