Free Archives on Nutritional Therapy
- Are GI diets a healthy way to lose weight? // Pulse;9/3/2008, Vol. 68 Issue 29, p35
The article provides an answer to a question of useful basis of glycaemic index of food for eating healthily or losing weight.
- [ASK THE NUTRITIONIST]. // Shape;May2004, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p202
Focuses on the need for people undergoing weight-loss to consume food low on glycemic index.
- The struggle to slim. Brinicombe, Anne // Foods Matter (USA);May2008, p15
The article offers information on ways to achieve a gluten-free diet in losing weight. Being on a diet, one prefers to see a low glycemic index (GI) calorie-controlled diet and calorie or fat advice on gluten free products for they have been observed to contain high sugar content. Since slimming...
- the glycaemic index and positive weight management. Boublik, Jaroslav // New Vegetarian & Natural Health;Autumn2003, p18
Focuses on the efforts of the Australian government to promote effective human weight management programs in Australia. Introduction of the low fat paradigm which relates obesity with the consumption of dietary fat; Use of Glycaemic Indexing (GI) for diabetics and all types of people; Ability...
- TROUBLESHOOT YOUR NEW YEAR'S resolutions. Barnard, Neal // Vegetarian Times;Jan2006, Issue 337, p18
Presents tips on how to fix some of the most common health-resolution mistakes associated with weight reduction. Consumption of vegetables, fruits, beans and whole grains; Need to eat food that have low glycemic index; Utilization of exercise in addition to a good diet.
- Gl is on the Bill at ORAFTI. // Dairy Foods;Dec2005, Vol. 106 Issue 12, p66
The article reports that low glycemic index (GI) diets are favored by celebrities and nutritionists because they are linked to weight control and health benefits. Research has associated long-term high GI diets with heart disease and diabetes. In a new study, funded by food ingredients...
- Disputing The Import of Glycemic Index. // Running & FitNews;May/Jun2004, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p2
Focuses on the importance of the glycemic index of a food. Association between variations in the speed of carbohydrate conversion to glucose and weight loss; Information on the glycemic index of carrots.
- Weight Lost and Regained Still Helps in Diabetes. // Clinician Reviews;Oct2008, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p16
The article discusses research being done on weight change and diabetes. It references a study by A. C. Feldstein et al, published in a 2008 issue of "Diabetes Care." Researchers revealed that weight loss has beneficial effects on glycemic and blood pressure control among diabetic persons. Data...
- EndoBarrier GI liner shows promise for diabetes, obesity. PEDERSEN, AMANDA // Medical Device Daily;9/19/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 201, p1
The article report on GI Dynamics's recent data which showed that its gastrointestinal (GI) liner has improved glycemic control in diabetics independently of weight loss. According to Stuart Randie, chief executive officer (CEO) of GI Dynamics, their company is the first to have a device that...