“Best of all, this little paperback fits into a purse, so we never have to be caught not knowing what we should and shouldn’t have for lunch.”
The Low GI Shopper's Guide to GI Values 2012: The Authoritative Source of Glycemic Index Values for Nearly 1,200 Foodsby Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller, Kaye Foster-Powell B.SC., M. Nutri. & Diet
Whether you’re grocery shopping, planning dinner, eating out, or meeting with your nutritionist or dietitian, the seventh annual edition of the Shopper’s Guide to GI Values—previous editions of which have sold more than 180,000 copies—is a must for anyone seeking healthier eating habits. Newly revised and updated, the/i>/b>
Whether you’re grocery shopping, planning dinner, eating out, or meeting with your nutritionist or dietitian, the seventh annual edition of the Shopper’s Guide to GI Values—previous editions of which have sold more than 180,000 copies—is a must for anyone seeking healthier eating habits. Newly revised and updated, the convenient, at-a-glance tables make this the one necessary guide for people following a glycemic index (GI) diet to improve health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, or PCOS; lose weight; or enhance their overall well-being and fitness. Shopper’s Guide is the only annually updated book of GI values, featuring nearly 1,300 foods and their GI values as well as comprehensive nutritional data for calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, fiber, and sodium.
- Da Capo Press
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- Edition description:
- 2012 edition
- Product dimensions:
- 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.90(d)
Meet the Author
Jennie Brand-Miller, PhD, and Kaye Foster-Powell, M Nutr & Diet, are coauthors of the New York Times bestselling New Glucose Revolution series. They live in Australia. Visit: GlycemicIndex.com
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I bought this book thinking that it would include actual glycemic index values. Apparently they are in the print version, because it mentions GI tables on pages 96-253. The Nook Book has only 67 pages, and no tables at all. This is a gyp for Nook users.
after reading the OTHER 1 star review - I contact Customer Support and had them look up this book on a Nook Tablet for me (prior to purchasing). Poody77 is RIGHT - it only goes to page 67. The Techie said to check back in 2 - 3 weeks to see if this issued is resolved. Well I printed out the SIX pages of chat (yep, a lot of chat to get a simple point across) and got nowhere for today. I'll try again. REALLY, for a buck more - just buy the paperback and forget the hassle.
This book was exactly what I wanted with the latest research data and list of food information. I especially liked that the index number was included, along with its category of low, med or high. Each item had its calories, fat, etc., listed too.