The glycemic index (GI) diet indicates foods that have a low GI value meaning they will take a longer time to have an affect on blood sugars and ones that have a higher value – they will act quicker to raise blood sugars. Using the GI diet as your sole source of meal planning is not recommended not only because the values are not indicative of the healthiest choice but also because not all foods are listed.
If you want more information on how to incorporate the GI diet with your current meal plan, please contact our wellness coach.
Hi, we are Kenny Foong and Eunice Chow, Personal Wellness Coach cum Herbalife Malaysia Independent Distributor from Puchong, Selangor Malaysia.

The diet is based on assigning foods a ranking that indicates that food’s effect on blood sugar levels.
Meaning a food that has a low index does not mean it is a better choice for you than some foods that are on the higher end of the scale. Until more information is researched on the diet or it is made more comprehensive it should be used with an approved diet for diabetics such as the exchange diet or the carbohydrate counting diet. This can be a valuable tool for diabetics, especially ones that have been newly diagnosed as it can take some of the guess work out of meal planning and what foods to eat.

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