How You Can Lose Excess Pounds, Achieve Healthy Blood Sugar Levels, and/or Control Acne

Read what scientists have to say about the low glycemic index lifestyle: “Low GI and low GL diets are independently associated with a reduced risk of certain chronic diseases. In diabetes and heart disease, the protection is comparable with that seen for high whole grain and fiber intakes” – Barclay, AW, et al., American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2008 March;87(3):627-637.

How important is fiber? Fiber is extremely important and the healthy recipes recommended at LowGlycemicRecipes.net are generally high in fiber. However the health promoting effects cannot be ascribed simply to fiber – it’s their low glycemic effect that is profoundly important.

For instance, Dutch scientists, after a study of low glycemic foods in their country, concluded: “In this population, a low-GI diet … low in potatoes and cereals, is associated with improved insulin sensitivity and lipid metabolism and reduced chronic inflammation” – Du H, van der A DL et al., American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2008 March 87(3)655-61. This is especially crucial for people with diabetes or who are pre-diabetic because insulin resistance and high lipids generally walk hand in hand with Type 2 diabetes.

“The best evidence of the clinical usefulness of the GI is available in diabetic patients in whom low-GI foods have consistently shown beneficial effects on blood glucose control in both the short-term and the long-term,” wrote world famous Italian researchers at the Frederico II University, Naples. “In these patients, low-GI foods are health enhancing in both short term and long applications ” – Riccardi, G., Rivellese AA, & Glacco R. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2008 Jan;87(1):269S-274S.

Low glycemic recipes are healthy recipes that can also help you lose weight and, if you demonstrate symptoms of prediabetes, they may help you avoid that disease. Here are some of the symptoms of diabetes:

  • Excessive thirst
  • Frequent urination
  • Increased fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Blurry vision
  • Extreme hunger
  • Unusual weight loss

If you have one or more of these symptoms, see your doctor right away. Ask if he or she has studied the effects of low glycemic recipes for people with diabetes. Ask about using low glycemic recipes as part of your lifestyle to prevent diabetes complications. You are worth it. Go ahead and ask. Then, ask yourself by taking a look at some of the research mentioned here. You can find abstracts to most of the research cited here by using the search box at www.pubmed.com

Realize that even if you don’t have diabetes, you have a health problem if you carry excess pounds of fat. You are at higher risk for heart attacks, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and blocked arteries.

We believe in providing you with the facts you need to make healthy food decisions. You have already demonstrated your willingness to learn about a better eating method by taking the time to read this article. At Lowglycemicrecipes.net, we bring you some of the most relevant and up-to-date information available.  Read on to learn more.

We mentioned weight reduction a moment ago. In a study at the University of Sydney, scientists found that low glycemic foods help in weight reduction. They did what is known as a “meta-analysis” – a study of other studies, in this case, six randomized controlled trials that compared a low GI diet to other diets including high GI diets.

They concluded: “Lowering the glycemic load of the diet appears to be an effective method of promoting weight loss and improving lipid profiles and can be simply incorporated into a person’s lifestyle”-Thomas EE, Elliott EJ, & Baur L., Cochrane Database System Reviews 2007 July 18;(3):CD005105.

Do You Have Acne Problems, Want to Lose Excess Weight, or Need to Control or Prevent Diabetes?

If you want to learn how to lose weight, control high blood sugar, or clear up acne, this might be the most important message you have ever read.

You really are what you eat! Medical research tells us that if you eat excessive amounts of carbohydrates three things will occur:

  1. Your blood sugar will soar,
  2. You’ll pile on fat and excess pounds, and even
  3. Your complexion will suffer, especially if you have acne.

On the other hand, three good things will occur when you eat the right foods. It is almost miraculous how quickly your:

  1. Excess pounds melt away,
  2. Blood sugar normalizes, and
  3. Acne problems lessen.

High blood sugar can adversely impact your energy levels, and can be the culprit behind unwanted weight gains – and even be the cause of uncontrolled acne!

Now, let me ask you three questions:

  1. Do you feel embarrassed about your weight?
  2. Do you feel tired most of the time or suffer from mood swings?
  3. Do problems with acne keep you from attending social events such as dating or eating out with friends, or participating in sports or other fun activities?

Did you know that the there is a strikingly different occurrence of acne in fully modernized societies compared to populations with non-westernized diets?

That’s what a study by Colorado State University researchers found. Their study, entitled “Acne vulgaris: A Disease of Western civilization,” was published in the prestigious medical journal Archives of Dermatology (Vol. 138, pages 1584- 1590).

The researchers studied acne incidence in two populations: the Aché tribe of hunter-gatherers of Paraguay and the Kitavan Islanders of Papula, New Guinea. Not a single papule, pustule, or open comedone was observed during examinations for skin disorders in the entire Kitavan population, about 1,200 people. Of the 115 subjects in the hunter/gatherer tribe from Aché, Paraguay, no active cases of acne vulgaris were observed.

The non-westernized diets of both the Kitavan Islanders and the hunter/gatherers of Aché, Paraguay consist of minimally-processed plant/animal foods which are virtually devoid of western carbohydrates that lead to high glycemic levels which, in turn elevate insulin levels. Those two non-westernized populations eat a naturally low glycemic diet and as a result, maintain stable blood sugars, healthy weights, and appear full of energy all day long.

Wow! Isn’t that interesting news for you? This is news that affects you because you can use the Glycemic Index (GI) to lose weight, achieve healthy blood sugars, and control acne.

The Glycemic Index measures the potential of carbohydrate foods to cause rapid increases in blood sugar. These blood sugar spikes are known as the glycemic load (GL).

The importance of the GL is actually a little-known secret. We take pride in the fact that all of the healthy recipes that are available at Lowglycemicrecipes.net identify both the GIs and the GLs of carbohydrate foods we recommend..

In study after study scientists have been praising the healthy effects of low GI/GL eating.

For instance, to study the effects of a low glycemic diet, researchers from the School of Applied Sciences of Australia’s Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology did a 12-week double blind randomized study. Participants ate two types of diets – 25 males (the control group) were allowed to eat carbohydrate dense (high glycemic) foods. The other group of 25 men followed a low glycemic diet. Before the study began, weight and body mass were accurately measured, and acne counts were made for each participant.

The results: The researchers found a significant reduction in total weight and body mass in the low GI group!

And after adjusting for variables, they also noted that the reduction in total pimples and pus-filled pustules was significantly greater statistically in the low glycemic group compared to the control group.

This article, published in 2007 in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, has the tongue twisting title, “The effect of a high-protein, low glycemic-load diet versus a conventional, high glycemic-load diet on biochemical parameters associated with acne vulgaris: A randomized investigator-masked, controlled trial.” (Vol. 57, pages 247-256). In other words, low glycemic recipes can help YOU lose weight and prevent acne!

Medical literature reveals still other studies that support the health effects of low glycemic eating. For instance, in a 2003 medical journal named Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders, medical researchers wrote:

“In clinical studies, low-GL diets produced less hunger, promoted more weight loss, and improved markers of glycemic control and cardiovascular disease risk compared to the usual, high-GL (glycemic load) diet.”

In other words, low glycemic recipes block hunger and encourage weight loss. In fact the authors of the journal article entitled their article, “A Proposal for a New National Diet” (Vol. 1, issue 3, pages 199-208).

So what about you? Is low glycemic eating the answer for you? Are you ready to:

  • Keep, or regain your attractive slender figure?
  • Eat delicious, satisfying meals while maintaining stable blood sugar levels?
  • Achieve better control of after meal blood sugar levels and your life?
  • Maintain healthier, overall blood glucose levels?
  • Reduce and control acne?
  • And look better and feel healthier fast!

Of course you’re ready!

Our low GI/GL recipes are tools that can help you do all that. These healthy recipes are unique because not only are they low GI/GL, but also low-to-moderate in carbohydrate content as well. The carbohydrate content of all the recipes has been kept to 30 grams or under. This is a reasonable intake of carbohydrate.

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