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What Went Wrong

You now know that simple sugars, processed carbohydrates and high glycemic carbohydrates (like rice cakes, cold cereals, and whole wheat bread) when eaten alone will quickly send blood sugars soaring. Thus releasing insulin that in turn sends the sugars to adipose tissue to be stored as body fat. So lets construct a balanced diet that provides our bodies with the right amount of nutrients so that we don’t have cravings, avoid low energy levels, lose body fat and remain mentally alert. This program is based on a protein/carbohydrate/fat ratio of 30/50/20.

Charting The Glycemic Index

Balanced Nutrition

Glycemic Index Greater Than 90% over 90

Corn Flakes
Puffed Rice
Grape Nuts
Corn Nuts


Instant White
Whole Wheat Bread
Carrots
Apricots

 

Rice Krispies
White Bread
Shredded Wheat
Corn Chips
Glycemic Index Between 90% and 70%90 to 70
Oat Bran
Brown Rice
Banana
Honey
White Potato
Oatmeal Cookies

White Rice
Corn
Kidney Beans

 

Glycemic Index Between 70% and 50%70 to 50
Raisins
Spaghetti
Potato Chips
Beets
Pinto Beans
Peas

Applesauce
Macaroni
Custard

 

Glycemic Index Between 50% and 30%70 to 50

Sweet Potato
Bran
Oranges
Ice Cream
Strawberries

 

Oatmeal
Lima Beans
Apples
Yogurt
Navy Beans
Grapes
Pears
Milk
Glycemic Index Between 30% and 0%70 to 50
Lentils
Cherries
Peaches
Soybeans
Grapefruit
Peanuts

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