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Published December 13, 2010
A higher-protein diet paired with lower intake of refined starches like white bread or other high-glycemic index (GI) foods can provide an effective approach to prevent weight regain following weight loss, according to a new study. Read More »
Blood Sugar Management
By Brenda Porter-Rockwell
Published November 1, 2010
Companies are investigating label claims that discuss low glycemic index in the blood sugar management category. Read More »
Published May 1, 2009
Indication: Type 2 diabetes Source: JAMA, December 17, 2008;300(23):2742-53. Research: Low-glycemic index diets may improve both glycemic control and cardiovascular risk factors for patients with type 2 diabetes, but debate over their effecti… Read More »
Kraft gets into Glycemic Index Testing
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published January 1, 2009
The food giant has pioneered its own method for rapid tests to screen new food products. Read More »
Published July 1, 2008
A recent human clinical trial showed that Prolibra weight management solution from Glanbia Nutritionals considerably reduced postprandial glycemia in a dose dependant manner and resulted in a lower glycemic index (GI). Participants experienced a… Read More »
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published May 1, 2007
Coming soon to more labels near you? Read More »
Managing Glycemic Response
By Dr. Sam Cunningham, Dr. Arun Kilara
Published July 1, 2006
The rapidly rising popularity of glycemic index (GI) has opened the doors Read More »
By Anthony Almada, B.Sc.
Published July 1, 2006
In the exodus from low carb, what promises and consumer realities await the adoption of low glycemic? Read More »
By Stephanie French MSc
Published November 1, 2005
Increasing consumer awareness of the difference between good and bad carbohydrates will drive the growth of the market for low glycemic index (GI) foods. Read More »
Published November 1, 2003
Tests at the Sydney University Glycemic Index Research Service (SUGIRS) have verified that the sugar replacer Isomalt from Palatinit has a very low glycemic index (GI). With a value of 2, Isomalt belongs to the group of carbohydrates that may be reco… Read More »
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