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Glycemic Index - a good link or something?

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The lists of foods and their GI values are not real easy to figure out. The ones I have seen break it down based on what country you are in, what brand it is, and how it is cooked. Rice & potatoes unless they still have crunch to them are high GI values. Oatmeal has a high GI value as well. There is a glycemic load value, which I have not totally figured out, but I think it factors in the amount of a food that you eat.


I lost a good amount of weight on it and got pregnant while doing it after trying for 7 or 8 years to get pregnant. HMMM...I really need to seriously start back on it.


One thing to note. Peanut M&M's are low GI.:D

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