Best Not to Rely on Gylcemic Index

Tufts University researchers found the glycemic index can vary by an average of 20% within an individual and 25% between individuals. This suggests the often promoted glycemic index probably has limited usefulness in predicting how a food affects blood sugar levels. Lead study author Nirupa Matthan says, "Glycemic index values appear to be an unreliable indicator even under…

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Is There a Good Carbohydrate?

The purveyors of popular fad diets are enraptured by the evils of sugar. Consequently, they try in every possible way to recognize sugar in all its forms (honey, dates, bananas, soda, etc.), which is a good thing--and eliminate it. However, they confuse the issue when they label simple sugar as a carbohydrate (which it is)…

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