What the heck are Glycaemic Index (GI) and Glycaemic Load (GL)?

Following on the carbohydrate theme of my last few posts, today is an explanation about GI (glycaemic index) and GL (glycaemic load). Many of my clients struggle with carbohydrates and don’t always recognise which are the best ones to eat so I often recommend that the low GL carbs are the ones to go for. Please remember to always check with a practitioner before making dramatic changes to your diet.

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