A low glycaemic index
diet has numerous benefits for elements of cardiometabolic syndrome.
It is slightly lower in calories than honey at about 52 per tablespoon, and scores around 54 on the glycaemic index
At T4 (6 h after CPB) we found significant inverse correlations of adiponectin with insulin glycaemic index
, IL-6, and TNF-[alpha] (Figure 4).
The greater fat oxidation and lower muscle glycogen utilization after a low glycaemic index
meal may not always translate to a greater endurance capacity than after a high glycaemic index
meal, as indicated by the inconsistency in the literature regarding the ergogenic effects of low or medium glycaemic index
meals over high glycaemic index
A breakfast of low glycaemic index
The independent human clinical trials reveal a statistically signfficant reduction of up to 37.8 glycaemic index
units in the blood after consuming Prolibra--good news for companies looking to launch healthy weight control products with a low GI claim.
This paper does not discuss what the effect of the low glycaemic index
diet might be on follicular bacteria and the interplay of follicular bacteria with the other pathogenic features of acne.
Legumes are a great source of starch, protein and fibre, thus giving them a low glycaemic index
(GI) and adding to their health benefits.
The Glycaemic Index
: A Physiological Classification of Dietary Carbohydrates.
GI is shorthand for a system of measurement known as the Glycaemic Index
, a medical term used to measure the speed at which various foods in the digestive system break down into glucose, the body's source of energy.
Oats have a low Glycaemic Index
so make us feel full for longer and provide sustained energy.
The mean daily intake of nutrients and glycaemic index
were calculated using an ad hoc computer program developed to analyse the questionnaire.