Jan 122013
 

The Glycemic Load Diet.
Rob Thompson MD.
Page: 50

How easy is it to lower the glycemic load of your everyday diet?

If you get rid of just four foods–flour products, potatoes, rice, and soft drinks–the glycemic load of your diet will be a fraction of what it was. You don’t even need a list of glycemic loads to tell you what to eat. Starch is never hidden or blended into other foods. You can see it from across the room. The culprits are even color-coded for you: They are usually white. The only other foods with glycemic loads as high as the starchy stuff are juices and soft drinks. So, if you cut out the starch and the sugar-containing beverages, you eliminate nearly all of the glucose shocks in your diet.

The glycemic load diet is much more lenient than the low-carb/high-fat diet I have been on but it probably more closely resembles the diet I will continue with for the foreseeable future. Once I am down to my goal weight, about another 10 pounds, the only thing I really plan on changing is that I might have some rice or potato with my meal but in much smaller quantities than in the past.

Here’s my advice: Forget about lists. Just don’t eat more than a third of a serving of flour products, potatoes, or rice at any meal, and abstain from sugar-containing soft drinks and fruit juices. Otherwise, eat anything you want. There’s probably not enough starch or sugar in the rest of your food to cause you trouble. A weight-loss program can’t get any simpler than that, which is why this will finally be the weight loss program that works for you.

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