• Felicia Newell, RD, BScAHN, MScAHN(c)

Low Glycemic Index Recipes

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For the past 6 months I have been working on a 107 Recipe Low Glycemic Index eCookbook - Everyday Cooking for Health and today I'm giving you a sneak peak! The eCookbook is to help people reach sustainable healthy eating based on low glycemic index foods with down-to-earth, easy-to-follow, quick-to-prepare recipes.

I've picked 5 recipes to highlight in this blog post, although it was hard to choose which ones!

The power-packed collection of healthful recipes will help you eat to feel great. You'll be able to maintain a healthy weight, lose weight, reduce the risk of and better manage diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and so much more. Best of all, you will still enjoy your food!

All recipes include nutritional info for: calories, carbohydrates, net carbohydrates, protein, fats, saturated fats, net carbs, sodium, sugar and fibre!

But first you may be thinking... "What the heck is the glycemic index, and why is it important to my health?"

You may have heard that low carbohydrate diets are good for us. People rave about low carb diets like they are the best thing since…sliced bread (sorry, couldn’t help myself). “Carbs are evil.” “Carbs wreak havoc on our health.” You hear it all. However, you may also start to see more and more health professionals stand up for carbohydrates. Carbohydrates alone do not wreak havoc on our health. What does tend to wreak havoc, is the OVER-consumption of calories in general, but in particular, refined carbohydrates (e.g., white flour, sugar, etc.), that tend to be high on the glycemic index (GI).

The Glycemic Index