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Why is Glycemic Index so important?
What is the Glycemic Index (GI):
It is a "tool" that shows how quickly a food raises blood glucose. Research shows that the higher the ratio, the more long and sharp glucose rises, which is undesirable because it make us fat, cause mood disorders, inflammation, degenerative diseases, cholesterol and many other health problems which includes type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, endometrial cancer, etc. the increase in blood glucose causes more insulin secretion in the blood, to reduce the level of glucose in the blood.
Where does it help?
Recent data showed that those who consumed food with low GI lost weight compared with those who consumed high GI foods. Indeed, the low GI foods are usually high in fiber, which helps in saturation, in good health of the gastrointestinal system and better regulation of glucose and lipid levels in blood. Therefore, the low and moderate GI food consumption is important for all of us, not only for diabetics but for those who want to lose weight. This also applies to food supplements.
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The effect of high and low Glycemic Index (GI) on blood glucose levels
Food with low GI(green line) maontain blood glucose levels within normal range whereas food with high GI (red line) raises blood glucose levels.In the long run this can lead to several conditions for our health. Within the blue lines is the optimal blood glucose range.