Low GI Diet Plan eBook

Low GI Diet ebook

Low GI Diet Plan eBook by Jon Wade, only $8.99*

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Learn how to eat great foods that will reduce your hunger, improve your health and aid weight loss. A scientific based diet used by nutritionists and dieticians.

Prescribed by nurses and used by celebs such as Britney Spears and Sharon Stone, this is a simple yet effect weight management system. This is the diet which paleo, primal, warrior and caveman diets are all based on.

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Book Description

A low glycemic index diet helps you to lose weight for 2 key reasons:

  • It helps you to manage your appetite
  • It encourages the body to breakdown fat more often

What’s Inside?

  • Why a Low GI Diet works
  • Low Glycaemic Index Foods
  • GI Diet Advice
  • Tips for maintaining a healthy weight permanently

There is more to healthy eating than just avoiding fried food and eating some fruits. Our bodies require a careful balance of specific foods to be truly healthy. The Low GI Diet Plan will teach you how.

Product details

  • Title: MotleyHealth Low GI Diet Plan
  • Author: Jon Wade
  • Publisher: MotleyHealth
  • Language: English
  • First Published: 2011

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Why A Low Glycemic Diet?

Because this glycemic index guide helps you to change your old eating habits and teaches you to eat the right food that will help you to lose weight healthily.

You will also learn which food you should avoid and which food is good to keep your calories down and your energy level high. It’s not all beans though!

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  66 comments for “Low GI Diet Plan eBook

  1. MotleyHealth
    November 12, 2012 at 9:49 am

    Hi Kurt, following a natural, low GI diet should help. “Lots of vegetables and fruits” – never a good thing to eat a lot of anything. Too much fruit will lead to weight gain. Try to wean yourself off Splenda completely – there really is no need to added sweetener to anything, you just need to re-train your taste buds.

    With fibromyalgia a high carb diet will likely cause elevated blood sugar levels and weight gain. So a low GI diet and plenty of protein is a good option. As is increasing the aerobics if possible. Daily walking should really help. Keep lifting weights as this will help with managing the glucose too – better to store all that sugar in muscle than fat depots.

    Overall, more protein, low GI foods, more activity. Same rules often apply to anyone looking to lose fat. If you find exercise painful due to fibromyalgia swimming may be a good option.

  2. asiwome
    January 3, 2013 at 11:21 pm

    hi
    i’ve been reading your comments and they seem honest and sincere very realistic and very helpful. you really want to help unlike the others who just waste your time and dash your hopes.
    i am trying to lose weight and av read quite a number of your articles and they are very clear and specific on what to do.my problem is that i eat a lot of carbs its the biggest part of our meals down here in ghana i also drink a lot of tea how do these affect my weight loans plans? can i modify the diet by adding rice and tea n still attain my goals.
    please help.
    thanks you have been a help already. God bless u

  3. Nicole
    January 25, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Hi there

    I have been reading the information and it has been very helpful. I am 38 years old and I am 5’0″. My weight is 8stone 7. I realise what I have to do regarding eating and I am working on adjusting my diet accordingly, but I am really wanting to exercise. I have asthma and my knee has a twinge of what i believe is rheumatoid arthritis. I am looking for recommendations on what type of exercise would be beneficial. I have strong legs and glutes due to being a former figure skater, so i am looking for something that i can do to lose belly fat and increase my overall fitness. Any advice you may have would be brilliant. Thanks!

  4. MotleyHealth
    January 25, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    Hi Nicole. Firstly, you should consult a doc about your knee, if it is rheumatoid arthritis there is medication you can take which may improve it. As for exercise, cycling and swimming should be suitable options.

  5. Sharlene
    February 22, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    Hi,

    I have been working out with a personal training for the last six months. I workout three times a week for 60 minutes. I have lost 9 lbs. I am pleased with everything but my stomach. My stomach is not going down. I eat basically the same thing everyday. I have green tea with almonds for breakfast, turkey flat bread sandwich with chips from subway for lunch and spinach drink with banana, apples and strawberries for dinner. What am I missing or not doing?

  6. MotleyHealth
    February 23, 2013 at 12:38 am

    Hi Sharlene. Vary your diet a little. Same think every day is not good for many reasons. The main problem is going to be the sandwich and chips though – you are bound to eat too much of that if all you had before lunch was some almonds.

  7. trisha
    March 4, 2013 at 6:37 am

    Hi..I weigh 53 kgs and want to reduce atleast 5kgs. My height is 5’4″ also my major fat is at the tummy & below waist. Can you please advice.I’m a pure vegetarian and junk food I eat only once a month.Thanks

  8. MotleyHealth
    March 4, 2013 at 11:19 am

    Hi Trisha, well, if your diet is healthy already, then you need to start exercising more. Is it healthy though? While vegetarianism tends to be healthy, if you are eating too much bread and cheese then this will lead to weight gain in the areas you mention. Make sure you focus on nutritious low GI vegetables and fruits rather than starchy carbs. Also ensure that you get enough protein (eggs, pulses, nuts, seeds, tofu) to give your muscles every chance to grow.

    Do you have a copy of our book? If not, order a copy today, this will help you to develop a healthy diet that will control your weight.

  9. Eram
    May 30, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    Hi I am 28 years old female, 5ft 6 weigh 154lbs
    Just wondering if I want to lose weight and a bit of muscle how much calories
    Should I consume? Would you say 30g of protein, 30g of carbs and 12g of fat is good enough for each 5 time meal?

  10. MotleyHealth
    May 31, 2013 at 10:38 am

    Hi Eram. Your BMI is currently 24.9, so you are a healthy weight, borderline with overweight. So increased fitness and some weight training should help you quickly achieve your goals.

    Using our metabolic rate equation your current daily calorie needs are:

    655 + 670 + 310 + 131 = 1766 Calories.

    In your planned diet:

    30g protein = 30 x 4 = 120 Calories
    30g carbs = 30 x 4 = 120 Calories
    12g fat = 12 x 9 = 108 Calories.

    Total of 348 Calories per meal. 5 meals would be 1740 Calories.

    So, your diet will meet your daily Calorie needs. By increasing exercise, you will burn additional energy and build muscle. So sounds like the answer it yes – so long as you are working out each day to increase the calorie deficit.

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