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APRIL 13, 2012 [Glycemic Index, Nutritionist] Prep for Greatness: Nutrition for Physical Training
To get your body in shape, a diet of low glycemic, non-processed carbohydrates, lean proteins, non-starchy vegetables, heart-healthy fats and low-fat dairy is in order. Choose high glycemic carbohydrates such as crackers, sports drinks, gels, low fat, moderate protein sports bars.
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JULY 31, 2008 [Glycemic Index, Nutritionist] A testing schedule
Diabetestribe diabetestribe 08:19:53 am on July 31, 2008 | # | 0 Tags: diabetes , Glucose-charter , iPhone , testing I have been put on a testing schedule of sorts until my next nutritionist appointment. The food database that shows glycemic index and glycemic load is pretty nice.
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MAY 13, 2010 [Glycemic Index, Nutritionist] Carbo-licious or Carbo-idiotic? Problem solving is key, not costly pumps.
When I ate no protein, just some vegetable soup which was mostly water and vegetables containing some carbs (carrots, potatoes, and the fruit that tastes and acts like a vegetable, tomotoes) as well as more fibrous veggies such as celery (which is mainly salt and water), and some green beans, plus some breadsticks (which are pure carbs with, a glycemic index of 100). And one element I agree with is that the a diet that is loaded with carbs will amount to glycemic instability.