When it comes to what to eat to lose weight, it is not simply a matter of reducing how much you eat. Research has shown that the type of food you give your body determines what fuel it's going to burn and what it's going to store as body fat. It has also revealed that certain foods are much more satisfying than others. This is where the G.I. factor comes to the fore. Low G.I. foods have two very special advantages for people wanting to lose weight: 1. They fill you up and keep you satisfied for longer 2. They help you burn more of your body fat and less of your body muscle. This essential pocket guide includes a 7-day low G.I. plan for losing weight plus a complete range of low G.I. meal suggestions to help you keep the kilos at bay.
|Publication date:||6th July 2000|
|Author:||Kaye Foster-Powell, Stephen Colagiuri, Dr. Jennie, M.D. Brand-Miller|
|Publisher:||Hodder Paperback an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton General Division|
|Categories:||Popular medicine & health, Diets & dieting,|
Assoc Prof Jennie Brand Miller is a world authority on the glycaemic index of foods and its application for diabetes. Kaye Foster-Powell is the senior dietitian at the Wentworth Area Health Service, Australia. Assoc Prof Stephan Colagiuri is the Director of the Diabetes Centre and Head of the Department of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney.More About Kaye Foster-Powell, Stephen Colagiuri, Dr. Jennie, M.D. Brand-Miller