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Old 01-27-2008, 03:29 PM
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Default Re: Sugar and other high GI Carbs - are they the Enemy?

i enjoy using the high gi i carbs in this manor, see what you think

3 days low complex carbs and veg moderate protein
2 days high protein no carbs at all
3 days carb loading with what ever i can eat
into a clean bulk or complex carbs mixed veg fish etc
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I wish I could remember the source, but I read something about converting the GI to a Glycemic Load based upon the serving size which made it a more helpful figure when trying to figure out how a food impacted your diet. Again, sorry I can't remember the source.
So a food with a typically larger serving like spaghetti would have a higher GL than grapes (15 spag. vs 7 grapes), even though grapes have a higher GI (43 grapes vs 32 spag.), because we typically don't consume the same amount of grapes as pasta.
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