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  • Christmas Meal

    Festive foods for a low Gi celebration

      Getting ready to entertain this festive season? No one wants to be deprived of all their holiday favourites or feel like the Christmas grinch. Eating well can also be healthy –…

  • Carbs for top performance

    Choosing Low GI carbs for top performance

    It’s even more important than normal to ensure we are getting adequate intakes of quality carbohydrates during times of stress and low energy. Incorporating quality carbs in our everyday diet is important…

  • Spotlight on Healthy Carbs

    Spotlight: Healthy carbs

    Fuel your body with carbs you can trust. There is often a misconception that low GI also means low carb. This is not true. Low carb looks at the quantity of carbohydrates in…

  • Go Grainy

    Tips to Keep Healthy Habits on Track

      Top Tips to go Low GI In these unsettling times it’s more important than ever to boost our health and happiness as best we can. Eating a low GI diet is…

  • Swap high sugar

    Enjoy a Low GI Easter

    Most diabetes organisations globally advise that you do not need to avoid sugar all together – you just need to limit foods with lots of added sugar and little nutritional value such…

  • Celebrate the festive season the low GI way

    Planning for the festive season? You do not have to forsake all of your holiday favourites to avoid the battle of the bulge. Simply keep in mind the basic principles of swapping rich…

  • Spotlight: Is a low GI diet best for diabetes?

    A low GI diet is scientifically proven to help manage blood glucose levels, reduce insulin resistance and improve blood cholesterol – all important for preventing, managing and reducing the risk of long-term…

  • What are blood glucose levels & why do they matter?

    Your blood glucose levels are a measure of the glucose in your bloodstream. It enters your bloodstream from eating carbs – either starches (e.g. potatoes and grains) or sugars (e.g. sucrose, lactose,…

  • Fall Back in Love with Potatoes

    Despite being jam-packed with nutritious goodies, potatoes have historically been avoided due to being high GI and high carb. Get ready to put them back on the plate – there’s a new…

  • Spotlight: Plant Protein

    Contrary to popular belief, animal-based products are not the only way to get protein on your plate. Gone are the days of plant-based meaning swapping out meats for tofu. Power up your…

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