THE GLYCEMIC INDEX CHART- 2nd edition by Dhyana Tribe N.D.
- Based on The New Glucose Revolution by Brand-Miller, University of Sydney Australia. The GI Chart lists common foods in 16 categories and is most relevant to those with blood sugar irregularities, those on low carbohydrate diets, and those wishing to burn fat and lose weight.
- The Glycemic INDEX describes the ability of carbohydrates to raise blood glucose levels.
- Glycemic LOAD is the amount of carbohydrate in a typical serve. Glycemic INDEX is the nature of the carbs. Watermelon is high GI at 70-85, but because most serves are only two slices & each slice has only a little carb in it, the GL is low at 4.
- Glycemic Load is calculated by multiplying the GI of a food by the amount of carbohydrate per serving and dividing by 100. This is complicated to work out, so in our chart, we have tagged some Low Glycemic LOAD foods with a green box, showing the foods safe to eat in moderate portions.
- Our modern addiction to concentrated refined grains/sugars, sweets, soft drinks, all high GI/GL, produces an overweight population.
- WEIGHT LOSS KEY – eat zero GI proteins with Low GI/GL vegetable carbohydrates. This will keep insulin levels low and you will be able to burn up stored fats. Vegetable carbs will alkalise the acid-forming meat and balance the pH back to alkaline, as long as not too much meat is eaten - 80% veg 20% meat.
- Zero & Low GI Foods have been proven to reduce incidence of Type II diabetes and to help control Type I diabetes and hypo-glycemia.
- Broader Health benefits
- An essential tool for managing weight
- Relevant to those with blood sugar irregularities including diabetes
- Commonly eaten foods listed in 16 food groups according to glycemic index (capacity to raise blood glucose levels)
- extensive notes on the reverse explain glycemic index and glycemic load
- Easy reference format, A3 (420 x 297 mm) suitable for display on kitchen wall or fridge
- Laminated options for durability in kitchen
We are only listing the laminated chart here but an un-laminated version is available by special request.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the size and shape of this item part of the shipping cost is included with this price.
the latest updated edition of the original Glycemic Index chart created in 2002