Table of contents for The new glucose revolution : the authoritative guide to the glycemic index : the dietary solution for lifelong health / Jennie Brand-Miller ... [et al.] ; recipes by Kaye Foster-Powell and Lisa Lintner.

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Introduction 	ix
PART 1 	What Is the Glycemic Index? 	
Chapter 1 	The Glycemic Index; A Brief Overview
Chapter 2	Exactly How Does the Glycemic Index Work?
Chapter 3	What's Wrong With Today's Diet?
Chapter 4	Carbohydrates; The Big Picture: What They Are, Why We Need 		
		Them, How We Digest Them
Chapter 5	How Much Carbohydrate Do You Need?
PART 2 	The Glycemic Index and Your Health 	
Chapter 6 	The Glycemic Index and Weight Control
Chapter 7	The Glycemic Index and Diabetes
Chapter 8	The Glycemic Index and Hypoglycemia
Chapter 9 	The Glycemic Index, Heart Health, and the Metabolic Syndrome
Chapter 10 	The Glycemic Index and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Chapter 11 	Children and the Glycemic Index
Chapter 12 	The Glycemic Index and Peak Athletic Performance
PART 3	Questions & Answers
Chapter 13	Frequently Asked Questions About the Glycemic Index, Answered
		_ GI values of specific foods and food groups
		_ Sugar and Starch
		_ the GI and Mixed Meals, Portion Sizes and the Myth of Diet Restriction
		_ the GI and Diabetes
		_ GI, Blood Glucose and Other Metabolic Processes
		_ Advanced Q&As; for Clinicians, Researchers, and the Very Curious
PART 4 	Your Guide to Low-GI Eating 	
Chapter 14	Making the Change to a Low-GI Diet 
Chapter 15 	Low-GI Eating for Vegetarians
Chapter 16 	Cooking the Low-GI Way
Chapter 17	50 Low-GI Recipes 
		_ Breakfasts and Brunches
		_ Light Meals 
		_ Main Dishes
		_ Snacks
		_ Desserts 
		PART 5 	The GI Tables
The Tables: An Introduction and How to Use Them
Glossary _ An A to Z of key terms used throughout this book 
Further Reading: Sources and References
Low GI Foods and Weight: A Summary of the Scientific Evidence 
Recipe Index
Meet the Medical Doctors, Scientists and Clinicians Behind The New Glucose Revolution

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Glycemic index.
Carbohydrates in human nutrition.