The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook: Recipes to Chart Glycemic Load and Lose Weight [NOOK Book]

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Lose weight and prevent disease with the glycemic index diet

High blood sugar levels in your system can be the culprit in everything from weight gain to type II diabetes to heart disease. The glycemic index is the best tool to measure how your diet affects your blood sugar and make positive changes for a longer, healthier life. The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook will show you how to use the glycemic index to monitor and control the amount of...
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The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook: Recipes to Chart Glycemic Load and Lose Weight

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Overview

Lose weight and prevent disease with the glycemic index diet

High blood sugar levels in your system can be the culprit in everything from weight gain to type II diabetes to heart disease. The glycemic index is the best tool to measure how your diet affects your blood sugar and make positive changes for a longer, healthier life. The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook will show you how to use the glycemic index to monitor and control the amount of sugar in your diet so that you can lose weight effectively and prevent life-threatening diseases. With over 75 easy, nutritious recipes, and a clear explanation of how the glycemic index measures the effect of foods on your blood sugar, The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook will help you easily reduce your blood sugar levels.

The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook will help you take control of your blood sugar and glycemic load, with:

• 75 simple, delicious glycemic index recipes to reduce glycemic load

• A straightforward 14-day meal plan to help you put the glycemic index diet into action

• Easy-to-follow glycemic index tables for every food category, including fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins, and more

• Important signs your blood glucose level is too high

• Everyday tips for using the glycemic index to reduce your blood glucose level

The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook will help you use the glycemic index as a tool to make healthy, lasting changes, while still enjoying a flavorful and balanced diet.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148242154
  • Publisher: Callisto Media Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/6/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 166
  • Sales rank: 363,003
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is an interesting look into

    The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is an interesting look into how your diet can have long term effects on your health. It will help you understand the GI (Glycemic Index) of food and how to make alternative choices when dining out or cooking at home. It’s a good read for anyone that is trying to maintain or lose weight, without radically altering their current lifestyle. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2014

    I really enjoyed this cookbook!  The recipes are yummy and easy

    I really enjoyed this cookbook!  The recipes are yummy and easy to follow.  The meal plan and shopping tips make it easy to follow the diet.  The book is filled with information on blood glucose  and how your blood sugar affects your health.  This cookbook is an awesome resource!

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  • Posted February 1, 2014

    The Glycemic Index Diet Cookbook is a good introduction to this

    The Glycemic Index Diet Cookbook is a good introduction to this style of eating. There is a plethora of information about what consists of a high or low glycemic index score including a sample 14 day meal plan. Although the meals on the sample seem fairly light, hopefully they are more filling than they appear. The recipes in the main part of the book were fantastic and offered great diversity of choice. I particularly liked the Thai basil-mint chicken in lettuce leaves! 

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  • Posted January 31, 2014

    The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is an informative way to bo

    The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is an informative way to both learn and get healthier. With various strategies, recipes, and dietary suggestions, the book makes a strong case for why to give this diet a try. It even gives samples of daily menus so as to get the reader's ball rolling. All things considered, its a good choice to help lose weight.

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  • Posted January 31, 2014

    If you don¿t know anything about the GI index (as I didn¿t) you

    If you don’t know anything about the GI index (as I didn’t) you owe it to yourself (and your family) to buy this book. It will change the way you think about food and give you the charts, lists, and recipes you will need to make positive, healthy changes in the way you live.Eating foods that are lower in simple carbohydrates (the bad ones) can help lower your risk of developing diabetes, certain cancers, high blood pressure, even Alzheimer’s. Even if you only incorporate a few of these recipes into your weekly routine, it will be well worth your money and time. 

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  • Posted January 30, 2014

    This book highlights the basic facts of sugars, good and bad fat

    This book highlights the basic facts of sugars, good and bad fats and carbohydrates. It tries to increase awareness of the ingredients and gives you substitutions for high GI foods like flour by substituting some ingredients like flour for oats. I wish there were more clear examples for healthier alcohol choices. The tables were kind of hard to follow at first but I got it eventually. The online table headers are hard to see. Some of the concepts were pretty basic and repetitive and others were contradictory. Interesting recipes, easy to follow with a variety of ingredients I would like to try to see if they actually taste good.

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  • Posted January 29, 2014

    You will have to look up the word ¿glycemic¿ but it¿s a no-brain

    You will have to look up the word “glycemic” but it’s a no-brainer for all who need to keep an eye and control the level of sugar in their diets. Great help to understand simple and complex carbohydrates, what in the world is a “good fat”, and foods to avoid and or enjoy – the book is a simple yet packed treasure with plenty of charts of how much the Glycemic Index (GI) goes up depending on what you put in your mouth. I was happy that eggs and almonds are at zero! A 14-day-meal plan is well accompanied with recipes for 17 breakfasts, 10 snacks/appetizers, 15 soups/salads/sandwiches, 10 side dishes, 15 main dishes, and 10 desserts.

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  • Posted January 29, 2014

    If you¿ve ever watched news reports on the overall health of the

    If you’ve ever watched news reports on the overall health of the general American public, it’s easy to feel disheartened that we’re all doomed to be overweight with debilitating health problems brought on by our diet. It may seem impossible to avoid it, take a look at nutrition labels and you’ll see sugar, sodium, and chemicals all hiding in the small print. The good news is there’s hope, and it’s in this book.

    First, you’ll be educated on what the “glycemic index” is and what “blood glucose level” means and how your body breaks down and uses the food you eat. It guides you to select foods that are healthier for you and avoid the ones that aren’t. Then the best part is all the recipes. Delicious sounding, mouth watering, feed me already recipes that the whole family will love and they won’t even know they’re eating healthfully! Buy this book, your health practitioner with thank you and your taste buds will be doing happy dances.

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  • Posted January 28, 2014

    The Glycemic Index Diet Cookbook was great because it not only g

    The Glycemic Index Diet Cookbook was great because it not only gave some great, creative recipes, but also informed me of what the glycemic index actually is and how to eat by it. I love cookbooks with an insightful introduction, and this cookbook gave me just that. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2014

    I enjoyed reading this book because it was informative and easy

    I enjoyed reading this book because it was informative and easy to read. I'm often turned off by the "language and science" behind dieting because its hard to understand. But this book provided lists, charts and recipes that we will actually use in our home. I'm looking to make my family healthier and I'm glad I found this book! The 2 week meal plan makes shopping easier for sure. 

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  • Posted January 28, 2014

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    My grandmother has diabetes and seeing how she has to eat ev





    My grandmother has diabetes and seeing how she has to eat every so often is not an image I want to have for myself in the future.  The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is a great informational handbook to help me along my path to avoiding the risk that I might have.  But it's not all gloom doom! This book, and the many recipes, had me smiling and getting excited for all the wonderful things I could cook! I love love love cooking, and so food is a part of my life.  This book is an increbily helpful guide that I will surely keep handy and recommend. 

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    Whether you¿re managing diabetes or taking steps to reduce risks

    Whether you’re managing diabetes or taking steps to reduce risks of developing it, The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook, is your guide to healthy dining. Sure, the science behind the Glycemic Index Diet reads like an uphill, “good-for-you” hike. But the seventy-five recipes are the tasty destinations worth the journey. 

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is amazing! It is thorough

    The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook is amazing! It is thorough, easy to read and informative. This great resource is filled with details about what the glycemic index is, in lay terms, and how it relates to overall health. It shows how catastrophic ailments such as heart disease and cancer can be avoided by following this diet. This book is not just a diet to try for a few weeks, but a complete health plan that shows how to eat to live instead of living to eat.



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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    This text is one I¿ve been waiting for all my life. I¿ve been s

    This text is one I’ve been waiting for all my life. I’ve been struggling with a sugar addiction since I was a child. I would struggle through total sugar abstinence, without ever achieving my goal of proper sugar and carb consumption. The Glycemic Index Diet gives you the science simply and clearly, and it has so many delicious and simple recipes. I love this book!

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    For anyone who is pre diabetic, has high blood-sugar or has a pr

    For anyone who is pre diabetic, has high blood-sugar or has a pre-disposition towards developing cancer, this book is a good choice. It makes managing your glycemic levels feel doable and not complicated. I appreciate the charts, meal plan and recipes. They are all straight forward. In the case of the recipes, you don't have to be a gourmet cook to achieve them, but they are tasty. 

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    "The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook" sheds valuable

    "The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook" sheds valuable light into understanding how our bodies can be dramatically affected by being exposed to high glucose levels, and goes above and beyond by not only teaching us why it is important to be well informed about blood glucose levels but by providing us with valuable insight into understanding glycemic load  charts,  giving us tips to choosing the right foods and teaching us how  better prepare low glycemic meals. All of which will result in successfully regulating healthy blood glucose levels and reducing the health risks associated with failure to do so.

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  • Posted January 26, 2014

    Are you looking for ways to maintain your weight, sugar or both?

    Are you looking for ways to maintain your weight, sugar or both? If so, The Glycemic Index Diet and Cookbook shows you just that while still allowing you to satisfy your sweet tooth. Dished out in two parts, this guide gives tips for reducing blood glucose levels and also a glycemic load table that shows you how quickly different food breaks down into sugar in the bloodstream (part 1.) Preparation comes into place in part two, which offers an array of possibilities to choose from, including smoothies, sandwiches and even tacos. In case you want something sweet, the dessert section will put a plug on those cravings. Arming yourself with this book puts you one step closer to a healthy heart, mind and body!

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  • Posted January 25, 2014

    Love this book! If you have Glysemic issues, this is the best re

    Love this book! If you have Glysemic issues, this is the best resource out there. They perfectly explain what's going on and provide tons of alternative food choices, AND a ton of recipes. Worth buying.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2014

    What is a Glycemic Index and how does it relate to your health?

    What is a Glycemic Index and how does it relate to your health? This book will explains how your body processes sugar (in many forms) and opens your eyes to just how your glycemic index levels can effect your body.  You will find 10 steps to follow and charts that show you what foods are better choices when planning your meals. A fourteen-day menu is provided, including desserts. Just because your watching your glycemic index/sugar intake doesn't mean you have to give up eating dessert.. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2014

    I found this book not only an easy read, but also an informative

    I found this book not only an easy read, but also an informative one.  
    This book taught me about how certain foods once consumed, are converted into sugar and how foods with high sugar levels can lead to weight gain and put one at risk for other health issues. 
    For anyone diagnosed with diabetes or simply seeking a lifestyle change adding this book to your library will be a great asset.

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