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- Gl fight may be over before it has begun. // Food Manufacture;Oct2005, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p5
Reports on the market opportunities of low-glycaemic index products in Great Britain. Basis for the marketing of a handful of products; Packaging and labeling of products; Nutritional and health claims of low-glycaemic index products.
- Improved Recovery from Prolonged Exercise Following the Consumption of Low Glycemic Index Carbohydrate Meals. Stevenson, Emma; Williams, Clyde; McComb, Gareth; Oram, Christopher // International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism;Aug2005, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p333
This study examined the effects of the glycemic index (GI) of post-exercise carbohydrate (CHO) intake on endurance capacity the following day. Nine active males participated in 2 trials. On day 1, subjects ran for 90 min at 70% VO2max (R1). Thereafter, they were supplied with either a high GI...
- Labels give high/low lowdown. // Packaging Magazine;7/29/2004, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p19
Introduces the new labeling by Tesco Corp. Aim of the label to promote healthier eating through the Glycemic Index food ranking system; Campaign for sensible eating; Efforts of the company to test the rating of foods.
- GI IS THE GO. // Woman's Day (Australian Consolidated Press);12/9/2002, p76
Enumerates several food sources of glycemic index.
- EDIBLE RX. Drayer, Lisa // Women's Health (08847355);Sep2010, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p86
The article presents an answer to a question on how the glycemic index (GI) can be used to develop a healthy eating habit.
- The Definitive DIETARY FIBER. Archibald, Amanda // Prepared Foods;Mar2005, Vol. 174 Issue 3, p82
Discusses the fiber content of food products. Health benefits of fiber; Launch of products fortified with fiber; Role of whole grains in products with added fiber claims; Relation of fiber in food to glycemic indices. INSET: Going Global.
- Good Health and Good Living. Canning, Clare // Middle East;Feb2009, Issue 397, p62
This article explains that diet is critical to keeping up energy levels and by controlling what you eat he can achieve optimum performance throughout the day. Energy is stored in your muscles and your liver. These energy stores are used to fuel your day-to-day activity, exercise and to maintain...
- Independent Nurse: News in brief. // GP: General Practitioner;4/23/2010, p6
The article offers information on several issues related to health. It states that according a research, children's diabetes may be negatively affected if parents worry excessively about glycaemic control. It mentions that tranexamic acid is to be made available over-the-counter in 2011 for the...
- Healthy High-Fiber Carbs, from Grains to Fruits. // Environmental Nutrition;Apr2012, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p1
The article focuses on the study which suggests that slowly digested, high-fiber, low-glycemic carbs are beneficial for people suffering from diabetes which include whole grains, fruits, and legumes.