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The New Glucose Revolution Low GI Guide to the Metabolic Syndrome and Your…

by Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156924295X, Paperback)

Written by the leading authorities on the Glycemic Index, The New Glucose Revolution Guide to the Metabolic Syndrome and Your Heart provides readers with the most up-to-date information about using the GI to reduce their risk of having a heart attack. It explains the importance of slowly digested, low-GI carbohydrates, and offers important dietary guidelines for managing blood glucose levels, controlling insulin sensitivity, and losing weight. Also included is a seven-day meal plan and the GI values for hundreds of foods and beverages.

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