Lifestyle: my low-GI habit

Self-tutoring about weight loss: the tutor shares a great find about milk chocolate.

I mention glycemic index (GI) in my posts here and here. It measures the rise in blood sugar a certain food may cause, relative to glucose (for glucose, GI=100). Generally speaking, low GI foods are recommended over high ones. Low GI means less than or equal to 55.

Believe it or not, milk chocolate is low GI, landing below 50.

Interesting, eh?

Source:

www.livestrong.com

www.the-gi-diet.org

Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.

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