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Weight Management · 01. December 2018
You know the socks that your distant relative sends you year after year during the Holidays? Have you or your loved ones ever enjoyed them? Don’t you think a weight management book would make a better present for all? If you find yourself wishing for something a bit more useful than a pair of socks, anything that could help you jumpstart into your New Year’s Resolution next year, I can help you out.
People get bored and tired because somebody imposing you, what you have to eat and your lifestyle not taking into consideration what you like and your preferences, is a recipe for disaster. In the end it’s you the one that needs to make the changes in your diet and lifestyle to accomplish your objectives. The only way to really make those changes and maintain them is by really understand what you need to do, why and how to make them. Rather than “starting a healthy diet” is about a...
Weight Management Science · 13. May 2016
Free ebook: What to eat to lose weight? Learn about glycemic index and glycemic load to start losing weight today!
Glycemic index (GI) is defined for each type of food. Glycemic load (GL) is calculated based on the amount of carb in the food you eat and the quantity you eat (portion size). Glycemic load actually depends on glycemic index and is calculated with the following formula: GL = (gram of carbs in food) x GI / 100 What does it mean for your food choices? This means, that even if you eat food with low GI you may end up eating a meal with high GL if you eat too much. Related articles: What is glycemic...
Weight Management Science · 13. May 2016
Free ebook: What to eat to lose weight? Learn about glycemic index and glycemic load to start losing weight today!
Glycemic load (GL) of certain food tells you how much carbs the amount of food you are about to eat contains. It measures the quality of carbs in the food and depends on glycemic index (GI). Formula to calculate GL: GL = (gram of carbs in food) x GI / 100 There are three levels of GL: Low (0-9), medium (10-20), and high (> 20). Glycemic load of some food groups Low: Whole-grain bread, watermelon, beans, orange, nuts, most fresh fruits and vegetables. Medium: Banana, sweet potato, wild rice,...
Weight Management Science · 13. May 2016
Free ebook: What to eat to lose weight? Learn about glycemic index and glycemic load to start losing weight today!
Glycemic index (GI) of certain food tells you how much your glucose level will rise if you eat this food. It measures the quality of the carb that the food contains. There are three different levels of glycemic index: low (0-54), medium (55-69), high (70-100). Carbs that break down slowly and release glucose gradually into the bloodstream, have a low GI. Glycemic index of some food groups Low: Whole-grain bread, most fresh fruits, beans, yogurt, orange, wheat pasta, all nuts, most fruits and...
Weight Management Education · 13. May 2016
Beans have unique qualities which, if you cook your beans wisely, will help you lose weight. Beans are low in carbs, medium in fiber and high in protein. So you can eat them with clean consciousness if you: Avoid them at night Cook them with little fat or other ingredients that have a lot of calories Stick to healthy portion sizes. Tip: If you use beans both as your carbs and protein source, you can eat twice the healthy portion size. Related article and online course: Are Beans Fattening? How...