The Low GI Diet Revolution: The Definitive Science-based Weight Loss Plan

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The Low GI Diet Revolution is the only science-based diet that is proven to help you lose up to 10 percent of your current weight and develop a lifetime of healthy eating habits that can protect you from illness and disease. Synthesizing over 20 years of ground-breaking research on carbohydrates and the glycemic index, the authors of the New York Times best-selling New Glucose Revolution series show you how to make "smart carb" food choices for every meal that will satisfy your hunger, increase your energy levels, and eliminate your desire to eat more than you should. In addition, The Low GI Smart Carb Diet features an effective 12-week action plan with food, exercise, and activity goals for each week and a maintenance program to help you solidify your new eating habits and avoid regaining weight. The result: A slimmer, stronger, healthier you-for the rest of your life.

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I found this really hard to get my head around. I use it as a 'dipping into' book. The best bit about the book are the menus and they are good. However I find the quizzes and the exercises simply not ... Read full review

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For years I have gone up & down the weight scale Have You Well you can stop it NOW if you read learn and put the information contained in this book into your daily life schedule. I promise. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Dr. Jennie Brand Miller is a professor of human nutrition at the University of Sydney. She is acknowledged worldwide for her expertise on carbohydrates and health, as well as infant nutrition.

Kaye Foster-Powell, M Nutr & Diet, an accredited dietitian-nutritionist with extensive experience in diabetes management, counsels hundreds of people a year on how to improve their health and well-being and reduce their risk of diabetic complications through a low-GI diet. She is the lead author of the authoritative tables of GI and glycemic load values published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Joanna McMillan-Price, BSc, is completing her PhD at the University of Sydney on the links between the glycemic index and weight loss. She lectures on nutrition in Australia and the UK and is currently developing a major nutrition and weight loss program to be launched in health clubs across the UK.

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