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GLYCEMIC INDEX?

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Thursday 2/8/18 time 5:01 PM - Elena Kantaneva


«The glycemic index (or GI) is a ranking of carbohydrates on a scale from 0 to 100 according to the extent to which they raise blood sugar (glucose) levels after eating. Foods with a high GI are those which are rapidly digested, absorbed and metabolised and result in marked fluctuations in blood sugar (glucose) levels. Low GI carbohydrates – the ones that produce smaller fluctuations in your blood glucose and insulin levels» 

This index is just a ranking nothing more nothing less. It does not count calories . 

If you eat too much of low GI carbs that means that you eat too much and all the extra goes to fat in your body. There is no any kind of mystery behind. If you have broccoli as a side dish on your plate there is no need for a carefully placed load of potatoes or rice. Too much is too much!

Let’s make our portions smaller! Carbs are not proteins if you have eaten to much one day! It is done deal. You made a straight road to collect fat in your body even you have no carbs at all next day. 

If you eat candies 🍭 or cookies every day, plus very healthy fruits 🍎 on top you just need to accept the fact that weight loss is not your priority at the moment and let it be! There is not going to happen any total weight loss even if you exhaust yourself with exercises. It will just make you very tired and angry person with no energy. Life is not about that! So let’s start to treat our body with care: eat smart and train without violence.

PICTURE:

  • 3 pcs of bacon,
  • green salad
  • and small spoon of sour cream

Weight loss dinner for a very hungry soul😘


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Keywords: glycemic index, carbohydrates, blood sugar, protein, insulin, food, healthy food, nutrition