The Liberated Kitchen, LLC. Joy with some home-canned goodness Lately people have been asking us for where to go to get good information and support for the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) Diet.
This diet is aimed at restoring the health of the gut, and the balance of the bacteria and fungi that live there. By giving the gut a chance to heal, many health problems can be reduced or eliminated. We’ve written up some summaries explaining how to do the GAPS diet, and have a weekly blog carnival where people can share their GAPS legal recipes, GAPS Friendly Fridays! If you’d like more personalized help with making GAPS work for your lifestyle, Joy provides coaching by phone or in-person! What Can I Eat Now? When browsing online, you may see recipes posted for the full GAPS diet that are not safe for the initial stages or which include ingredients that are on the “Foods to Avoid” list, since people who start out doing GAPS eventually move on to include other foods. Buy the Book Free Advice Blogs Get Coaching Dr.
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Many people today struggle with weight issues, diseases, and other health problems that impair their ability to enjoy life. Many resort to pharmaceutical drugs and other conventional methods to relieve their symptoms, but these are actually just Band-Aid solutions that typically result in more harm than good. What they don’t realize is that they can significantly improve their health by just changing their diet and eating habits.
And this program will help you achieve exactly that. Fact: High-Quality Fat Is One of the Most Important Nutrients for You Conventional physicians, nutritionists, and public health experts have long claimed that dietary fat promotes heart disease and obesity. So what is good fat and how can you distinguish it from unhealthy ones? Saturated fats also promote satiety, reducing your hunger pangs so you avoid binge eating and unhealthy food cravings.
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Slow-acting carbs only cause a slight increase in blood sugar. Fast-acting carbs, on the other hand, are converted very quickly to glucose by the body, causing blood sugar levels to rise and fall rapidly, which has serious health consequences. One way used to measure how carbohydrate foods affect blood sugar levels is by a food's Glycemic Load. What is Glycemic Load Glycemic Load is a further development of the Glycemic Index. Glycemic Load takes this one step further and using the Glycemic Index of a food, determines whether foods contain slow-acting or fast-acting carbs based on a standard serving of that food.
Eating a Low Glycemic Load Diet. The Glycemic Index. Estimated Glycemic Load™ Nutrition Data's Estimated Glycemic Load (eGL)™ predicts a food's Glycemic Load, even when its Glycemic Index is unknown.
Understanding Glycemic Load The Glycemic Load is the most practical way to apply the Glycemic Index to dieting, and is easily calculated by multiplying a food's Glycemic Index (as a percentage) by the number of net carbohydrates in a given serving. Glycemic Load gives a relative indication of how much that serving of food is likely to increase your blood-sugar levels. GL = GI/100 x Net Carbs(Net Carbs are equal to the Total Carbohydrates minus Dietary Fiber) As a rule of thumb, most nutritional experts consider Glycemic Loads below 10 to be "low," and Glycemic Loads above 20 to be "high.
" Note: For a more extensive discussion of Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load, please see ND's Glycemic Index page. Limitations to Glycemic Load's Use To calculate Glycemic Load, you must first determine the food's Glycemic Index (GI), which can only be done via human testing. The Anti-Aging Diet.