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The claim game. Nutrient claims frequently adorn the labels of packaged foods and beverages, highlighting their nutritional benefits and are defined in Australian, New Zealand and European Union food laws, so[...]
Chocolate cannot mend a broken heart. Can you be addicted to chocolate? There’s a lot to love about chocolate. It is perhaps the most pleasurable food of all, combining the hardwired hot-buttons for human[...]
This month there’s plenty of choice to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Starting with birthday treats, enjoy a single serve of Anneka Manning’s Honey-roasted pears with chocolate fudge sauce and pecan sprinkle[...]
Forget 5pm panic. To celebrate our 10th anniversary issue Healthy Food Guide magazine is sharing 10 recipes with GI News readers packed with hunger-busting protein, wholesome carbs, fibre and flavour. Click on[...]
Symbols and scores: signposts for making better choices. The GI Symbol is designed to help shoppers choose the healthier option, when comparing similar products in the supermarket and it therefore encourages[...]
Jennie – I would have thought high fibre foods would naturally be low GI. Why aren’t they? Many people think that if a food is rich in fibre it will automatically be low GI, but that’s not the case at all. To[...]
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