Dec 29 2008

Weight loss, Sugar Addiction, Glycemic Index, GI, Nutrition

Published by at 4:39 pm under Low Gi

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Part 2 of dealing with sugar addictions.
Weight loss, Sugar Addiction, Glycemic Index, GI, Nutrition

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You can improve your health, reduce sugar cravings, have more energy, lose weight, control your appetite & hunger, just by eating low GI food. Most fruit is low to medium GI. Improve your diet and wellness.

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25 Responses to “Weight loss, Sugar Addiction, Glycemic Index, GI, Nutrition”

  1. olgalittleon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    When you say …
    When you say cherios are in the high GI index is that because of all the sugar in them. I eat a natural oat cherios with no sugar added. I presume this is not the same.

  2. DHammerron 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    her voice is amazing
    her voice is amazing

  3. singsomuchon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    What is Glycemic …
    What is Glycemic Load? Is it the same as Glycemic Index?

  4. Jjazzteron 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    You dont need a …
    You dont need a list. Just use your brain and avoid anything MANmade, any food MAN artificially created/processed turns beings into artificially alienated obese BLOBS of oscure fat-flesh. Why? Because MAN is a failure and sucks at using his full potential. Have a BALANCED and reasonable mix of fruits, vegs, meat, eggs, nuts anything nature provides that grows, feels naturally evolved and “pure”, that’s all. No need for glycemic technobabble, its for the gullible. Oh and move your of course.

  5. danyacharmson 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Good . But I lost …
    Good . But I lost over 30 lb in one month using weight loss plan from LSWEIGHT(.)INFO

    Awesome! You look amazing and happy! I hope your video helps others with the same issues!

  6. madmax200769on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Watermelons may …
    Watermelons may well be high GI since it is supposed to be a measure of blood-sugar spiking not a metric for total carb-content. As pointed out, GI is an heuristic or “rule-of-thumb” and has a number of flaws. One of them being the existence of multple GI scales the other being that some foods have anomalous responses. There is some interesting info on the Wikipedia talk page for “Glycemic Index”. GI is handy for dieters but anyone with a serious health issue may want something more precise.

  7. RolandFarmon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    I love you …

    I love you and your videos but the first 3 minutes of this vid was completely redundant. I still gave an Awesome rating because I want you to continue making vids.

  8. presentimenton 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    I am surprised …
    I am surprised watermelon has a high GI food. Yet I looked at some websites and it said watermelon doesn’t really have a high glucose blood level because of its relatively low carbohydrate. Thus watermelon is different from those high carbohydrate food like rice, nuts, etc…

  9. psychetruthon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    That confusion …
    That confusion comes about because there are actually two glycemic indexes and they get mixed up sometimes. One of them used white bread as the standard (100) and the other used pure glucose as the standard (100).

    The two indexes have been mixed up a bit depending on which website you go to.

    Regardless, the index does not have to be perfect for you to use it. It’s simply a rule of thumb that works pretty good and if you eat lower GI foods, you blood sugar will be more stable.

  10. calgrl08on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    also, all the lists …
    also, all the lists i’ve looked at show white bread as 70 or so, and you said the whole list was based off white bread being 100…can you explain??

  11. calgrl08on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    this glycemic index …
    this glycemic index thing does not make total sense to me. the list you gave a link for shows chocolate cake with frosting as having a lower glycemic index than most of the fruits on the list. that doesn’t seem like a good guide to healthy eating…..

  12. Masteroftrancegirlon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    She’s hot.
    She’s hot.

  13. pongmanon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Natalie reminds me …
    Natalie reminds me of Dr. Henry Mankin perhaps the greatest orthopaedic surgeon in the world who had this intense desire to teach and knew how to teach it. Thank you for sharing all your knowledge and having the gift of teaching it at a level where everyone can understand it. For some reason I think you will win the Nobel Peace Prize for bringing awareness of nutrition to the world.

  14. ernietube1on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    It is very …
    It is very interesting to see that a very vocal “expert” on diabetic diets has gone “low catb”. See Mendossa-
    Diabetes Update Number 114: Low-Carb of January 1, 2008.
    Also he recommends Dr. Bernstein
    Dr. Bernstein’s next LIVE Tele-Seminar is Wednesday, July 30, at 8:00 PM EST, 7:00 PM CST, 6:00 PM MST, and 5:00 PM PST.

    Hope for diabetics yet

  15. ernietube1on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Glycemic Index …
    Glycemic Index sounds real scientific- but is it ?
    A retired Industrial chemist indicates the chemical flaws used by the researchers in their calculation of GI.
    See GLYCEMIC INDEX- why it does not worK ?

  16. ernietube1on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    However,Glycemic …
    However,Glycemic Load is based on DIRECT measurement of the glycemic response to a known weight of test food. No calculation or estimation of GI from apparent weight of contained CARBOHYDRATE is needed. Although the GI Researchers can’t or don’t want to understand this, it is a fact.

  17. CrynOuton 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Omg, I freaked out …
    Omg, I freaked out at the high glycemic index list! I eat so many of those foods daily! I just ate bagels and jelly beans today!

  18. strawberrywine44on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    thank you for the …
    thank you for the feed back..

    it sure helps me in knowing what to eat and not eat..once again thanks for your kind knowledge,ill keep looking for more videos.


  19. ernietube1on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    Please refer to my …
    Please refer to my video-
    GLYCEMIC INDEX- why it does not worK ?

    Copy and paste into SEARCH box.

  20. TonyaTkoon 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    This was very …
    This was very inspirational and uplifting, I may incorporate some of this into my fitness competion

    Thanks for this

  21. Rh1no1on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    As a diabetic (28 …
    As a diabetic (28 years) with gastroparesis, I am so confused as to what to eat. Sometimes things with low carbohydrates and a low glycemic index do nothing to help me.
    However, I really do appreciate this vid. There are so many type 2 diabetics who can benefit from this greatly!

  22. tasha122277on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    (aside from refined …
    (aside from refined sugars) I cook mostly north indian food , which is mostly lentils, chick peas, and kidney beans (all low GI/GL), and I didn’t used to like them until I used indian masalas, (sub veggie broth for ghee and oil)

  23. mcurren2004on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    A great & …
    A great & informative vid. Thank you.

  24. darlingtester1982on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    good video Nat!!!
    good video Nat!!!

  25. sensiblechic303on 29 Dec 2008 at 4:39 pm

    I’m a type2 …
    I’m a type2 diabetic and this info is a great source in reminding me to manage my sugars more closely. I enjoy finding quick tips and fun ideas from you. Keep up the fun and informative videos!!! and thank you!

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