Hi to Low Glycemic R2

Glycemic

The glycemic index is a helpful tool that measures how fast a food, that contains carbohydrates, will raise your blood sugar. The values on the glycemic index chart are based on pure glucose. Glucose is a carbohydrate that absorbs very quickly into the body, which makes it a good base to compare other foods to. Glucose is given the value of 100 and all other foods are compared to that number. The closer a food is to the value of 100, the faster it will be absorbed into your bloodstream and the faster the body will use it up. The lower the number is the slower it is absorbed into your bloodstream. The glycemic index only applies to foods that contain carbohydrates. That includes every food group except the meat and fat group. The Hi to Low Glycemic Templates incorporates hi glycemic foods in the morning and afternoon for high energy and winds you down with low glycemic foods in the late afternoon and through the evening hours when you are less active.

Low to High Glycemic R2

Glycemic

The Low to High Glycemic Templates are the opposite to the High to Low program where it incorporates low glycemic foods in the morning hours and high glycemic foods in the PM hours when activity levels may be greater.

Low Glycemic R2

Glycemic

The Low Glycemic Templates do all the figuring for you. Following these menus helps you follow a diet that contains low glycemic foods. Most of the foods contained in these menus have a glycemic index of around 50 or less. Following a diet full of lower glycemic foods can help keep your blood sugar level from falling too rapidly. Low glycemic foods do not cause your body to release as much insulin into your bloodstream and as a result are broken down over a longer period of time. The result is a longer, steadier release of energy, helping you to feel more alert and energetic through your day. By following these menus you will also be less likely to binge eat because your blood sugar levels are in balance.

Low Glycemic

Glycemic

The Low Glycemic Templates do all the figuring for you. Following these menus helps you follow a diet that contains low glycemic foods. Most of the foods contained in these menus have a glycemic index of around 50 or less. Following a diet full of lower glycemic foods can help keep your blood sugar level from falling too rapidly. Low glycemic foods do not cause your body to release as much insulin into your bloodstream and as a result are broken down over a longer period of time. The result is a longer, steadier release of energy, helping you to feel more alert and energetic through your day. By following these menus you will also be less likely to binge eat because your blood sugar levels are in balance.

Low (am) to High (pm) Glycemic

Glycemic

The Low to High Glycemic Templates are the opposite to the High to Low program where it incorporates low glycemic foods in the morning hours and high glycemic foods in the PM hours when activity levels may be greater.

High (am) to Low (am) Glycemic

Glycemic

The glycemic index is a helpful tool that measures how fast a food, that contains carbohydrates, will raise your blood sugar. The values on the glycemic index chart are based on pure glucose. Glucose is a carbohydrate that absorbs very quickly into the body, which makes it a good base to compare other foods to. Glucose is given the value of 100 and all other foods are compared to that number. The closer a food is to the value of 100, the faster it will be absorbed into your bloodstream and the faster the body will use it up. The lower the number is the slower it is absorbed into your bloodstream. The glycemic index only applies to foods that contain carbohydrates. That includes every food group except the meat and fat group. The Hi to Low Glycemic Templates incorporates hi glycemic foods in the morning and afternoon for high energy and winds you down with low glycemic foods in the late afternoon and through the evening hours when you are less active.

High to Low

Glycemic

The glycemic index is a helpful tool that measures how fast a food, that contains carbohydrates, will raise your blood sugar. The values on the glycemic index chart are based on pure glucose. Glucose is a carbohydrate that absorbs very quickly into the body, which makes it a good base to compare other foods to. Glucose is given the value of 100 and all other foods are compared to that number. The closer a food is to the value of 100, the faster it will be absorbed into your bloodstream and the faster the body will use it up. The lower the number is the slower it is absorbed into your bloodstream. The glycemic index only applies to foods that contain carbohydrates. That includes every food group except the meat and fat group. The Hi to Low Glycemic Templates incorporates hi glycemic foods in the morning and afternoon for high energy and winds you down with low glycemic foods in the late afternoon and through the evening hours when you are less active.